Berlin Noir Fun Activities

Philip Kerr
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Newspaper Article

Bring in a newspaper clip that reminds you of a character from Berlin Noir. Be ready to present your article and explain your reasoning to the class.


Create a monologue for any character in Berlin Noir and imagine what the character sees, says, and feels.


Create a limerick about the change in Germany from the beginning of the story to its end in Berlin Noir.


Draw a scene in Berlin Noir that evokes strong emotions for you. Explain what it means to you.

Point of View

Rewrite a chapter in Berlin Noir from the point of view of another character that is silent.


Imagine if you were going to describe one chapter of Berlin Noir only through sounds. Pick a chapter and describe all the events from an auditory perspective.


Summarize the most important aspects of Berlin Noir into seven sentences...

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