Memory Police Fun Activities

Yoko Ogawa
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Compose a Diary Entry

Create a diary entry from the perspective of a Memory Police officer.

Create a Timeline

Create a large timeline of the major plot points within the pages of The Memory Police. Include visual images that correspond to different objects as they are 'disappeared' within the narrative.

Create a Battle Graph

One of the central conflicts within Ogawa’s novel revolves around the tension that exists between the narrator’s desire to retain her memories and the authoritarian methodology of the Memory Police, whose very job it is to enforce the disappearances. Create a graph that tracks the progress of the ongoing battle between the narrator’s will and the will of the authoritarian government, as well as the Memory Police who enforce that will, over the course of the text.

Write A POV Poem

Choose an emotional scene from The Memory Police that involves...

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