Monday, October 14, 2013

october 14

JOURNAL TOPIC: [today's tunes: "Ghost Radio" by The Brian Setzer Orchestra; "The Payback" by James Brown]

A close study of revenge quickly reveals two schools of thought: 1) Revenge is righteous and/or fulfilling, and 2) Revenge keeps wounds from healing and-- however appealing or even cathartic it may seem-- ultimately destroys every party to it. How do you see the concept of revenge? How do you see the effects of revenge played out in the world? What do you think Hamlet should do now that he knows Claudius poisoned his father?

1. Journal
2. Sum up Hamlet Act I
3. This week's collaboratory
4. Act II: Friends and advisors who act as neither

*for tomorrow* please preview Act II
1. Recite "To
2. Be
3. Or
4. Not
5. To
6. Be" soliloquy
7. by Monday, October 28
8. Reminder: vocab quiz Wed
9. Reminder: Literature Analysis #3 due Friday, October 18
10. Test (maybe) on Act II: Monday, October 21

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