Read, Write, Learn

Estimated Time: 3 hours

Read:

  • Prologue
  • Chapter 1-4

Write:

  • Write down any passages that have special meaning to you in your notebook. If you are willing, share one here in the comments!
  • As you are reading, look for examples of allusion (You will learn about that below). Make a list in your notebook of all the examples that you find.
  • Also, during your reading, write down details about the setting of the story. Include page numbers so you can go back and reference them when needed. This activity will help you to prepare for your writing project this week: a setting essay. You can use the worksheet in the [Weekly Lesson Plans and Worksheet] lecture.

Learn:

  • This month you are going to learn about allusion and its importance in literature.
  • Read this definition and add it to your notebook.

Allusion: Definition and Examples | LiteraryTerms.net

Clear Allusion examples and definition. This article will show you the importance of using Allusion and how to use it. Allusion is basically a fancy word for a reference. It's when a writer makes reference to some other work, or an earlier part of the current work.