An Ode to the Absurd
Trim presents a fanciful sermon in a dramatic presentation to the delight of the characters in the parlor. Following Trim's style, create an Ode to the Absurd qualities of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman.
It appears that the Shandys could use a bit of counseling, particularly in the area of communication. Write a report outlining steps Walter and his wife could take to improve their relationship.
Alas, Poor Yorick
Poor Yorick. Everyone seems to take advantage of this compassionate parson. Create a monologue, ala Hamlet, to honor his contributions to the novel.
Based on the descriptions of the set in the novel, create an illustration of one of the novel's settings. This activity may also be completed as a shoebox diorama, if time and materials allow.
How in the world did Dr. Slop manage...
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