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Shadow and Act

by Ralph Ellison

Lesson Plans: Shadow and Act - Eight Week Quiz A

Text: ) Africa.C) America.D) Europe. 5. Why does Ellison choose to analyze William Falkner? A) Falkner writes about

William Faulkner

by Gabriela Mistral

Biography: William Faulkner - William Faulkner

Title: William Faulkner - William Faulkner

Text: -grandfather, Col. William Falkner (as the family spelled its name), had authored The White Rose of Memphis

Jane Ward Lead

Biography: Jane Ward Lead - Jane Ward Lead

Text: A prolific author, Jane Ward Lead (Leade) was an important religious personage and founder of

A Rose for Emily

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: A Rose for Emily - Author Biography

Author: William Faulkner

Text: fiction. His great-grandfather, William Clark Falkner (Faulkner added the "u" to the spelling of his name

Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant

by Ulysses S. Grant

Study Guide: Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant - Objects/Places

Text: Grant is headquartered when he orders Meade to advance on Nashville, then repeats the order when he

The Widening Gyre

by Robert B. Parker

Study Guide: The Widening Gyre - Chapter 7-9

Text: that the newspaper has on Congressman Robert Browne, Meade Alexander's opponent. Cosgrove senses a

Intruder in the Dust

by William Faulkner

Lesson Plans: Intruder in the Dust - Essay Topics

Author: William Faulkner

Text: would lose and gain from the breakdown of the code?In what way does Falkner subvert stereotypes in this

Thomas Holcroft

Biography: Thomas Holcroft - Thomas Holcroft

Text: Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell, Charles Reade, and the rest. Holcroft was a prominent figure in the

The Truelove

by Patrick O'Brian

Study Guide: The Truelove - Themes

Text: same. Other crewmembers, such as Midshipman Reade, initially find Clarissa appealing and dote upon her

The Killer Angels

by Michael Shaara

Lesson Plans: The Killer Angels - Eight Week Quiz B

Text: be an issue with Meade? 2. For what is Pickett notorious? 3. Why did the mutineers mutiny? 4. What

My Life and Hard Times

by James Thurber

Study Guide: My Life and Hard Times - Chapter 4, The Night the Ghost Got In

Text: Stonewall Jackson hammered General George Meade's Union army. Meade is known for his harsh treatment of

Eisenhower: Soldier and President

by Stephen Ambrose

Lesson Plans: Eisenhower: Soldier and President - Object Descriptions

Text: - This place was where an army was built and a budget was balanced. >Camp Meade, Maryland - This was the

The Last Full Measure

by Jeffrey Shaara

Study Guide: The Last Full Measure - Characters

Text: . George Gordon Meade Meade is one of Grant's most trusted commanders, a parallel to Lee and Longstreet

About Face

by David Hackworth

Study Guide: About Face - Chapter 23 & Epilogue

Text: was assigned to Fort Meade. Hackworth was assigned to Chief of Staff Circarlella. The general made

Lincoln: A Novel

by Gore Vidal

Lesson Plans: Lincoln - Eight Week Quiz F

Text: Hooker prior to the battle at Gettysburg? General Meade. 2. Which of the following does NOT describe

The Far Side of the World

by Patrick O'Brian

Study Guide: The Commodore - Chapter Six

Text: Reade are stunned to see ships practicing canon-work from both sides of the ships at the same time

The Wine-dark Sea

by Patrick O'Brian

Study Guide: The Wine-dark Sea - Chapter 9

Text: extent of Maturin's frostbite is not exactly determined, but later in chapter ten, he explains to Reade

Digital Fortress

by Dan Brown

Study Guide: Digital Fortress - Chapter 76 - 78

Text: high ranking officer in Fort Meade. They had been sent on a mission to find someone. >Jabba receives

Charley Skedaddle

by Patricia Beatty

Study Guide: Charley Skedaddle - Chapters 1 through 4

Text: around him. He learns that there are rumors that General Grant and General Meade are both at the

Into the Wild

by Jon Krakauer

Lesson Plans: Into the Wild - One Week Quiz A

Text: . Multiple Choice Questions 1. Why did Chris write in his journal that hiking around Lake Meade was a

Gone with the Wind

by Margaret Mitchell

Lesson Plans: Gone with the Wind - Character Descriptions

Text: . Meade - He is helps tend to the soldiers wounded during the siege. >Mrs. Meade - She is an Atlanta lady


by Liz Waldner

Study Guide: Witness - Critical Overview

Author: Liz Waldner

Text: , Cole Swensen notes Waldner’s skill at using “language at the very end of its tether.&rdquo

The Devil All the Time

by Donald Ray Pollock

Study Guide: The Devil All the Time - Part 2 - On the Hunt, Chapters 10 through 16

Text: is and Carl's belief that he is on some kind of religious mission. > >Chapter 11 - Back in Meade

Gettysburg Address

Encyclopedia Article: Gettysburg Address - Gettysburg Address

Text: which General George G. Meade had been assigned command only four days earlier. In early May, Lee had

Dorothy Parker

Literature Criticism: Critical Essay by Arthur F. Kinney - Critical Essay by Arthur F. Kinney

Text: ; Meade writes, as she began to expose and analyze her own experiences, her own hopes, fears...

Shaking the Nickel Bush

by Ralph Moody

Lesson Plans: Shaking the Nickel Bush - Final Test - Easy

Text: . Meade. 10. Why does Ralph have to restrain Lonnie when Ralph is working on the clay bust? A) Lonnie

The Playboy of the Western World

by John Millington Synge

Study Guide: The Playboy of the Western World - Critical Essay #2

Text: . But it will succeed in spite of the 'prurient prudes' (as Charles Reade was wont to call that

That Evening Sun

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: That Evening Sun - Critical Essay #4

Author: William Faulkner

Text: Sun," and whether Faulkner implies answers or renders them unknowable.

Fates Worse Than Death

by Kurt Vonnegut

Lesson Plans: Fates Worse Than Death - Short Essay Questions Key

Text: male characters' greatest reward is male bonding in proximity to danger. Anthropologist Margaret Meade

Light a Penny Candle

by Maeve Binchy

Lesson Plans: Light a Penny Candle - Short Answer Questions Key

Text: Murray's? Mr. Meade. 86. What does Aisling bring to her interview in Chapter 8? The certificates from her


by David Herbert Donald

Lesson Plans: Lincoln - Short Answer Questions Key

Text: dedication of a cemetery. 144. What changed when Lincoln replaced General Hooker with General Meade? The

I, Robot

by Isaac Asimov

Study Guide: I, Robot - Chapter Six, "Little Lost Robot"

Text: ) are being conducted. They're greeted by Major-General Kallner, the military officer in charge of the

Absalom, Absalom!

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: Absalom, Absalom! - Further Reading

Author: William Faulkner

Text: Further Reading Backman, Melvin, Faulkner, The Major Years: A Critical Study, Indiana University

The Reivers

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: The Reivers - Techniques

Author: William Faulkner

Text: Techniques Faulkner uses comic techniques that he borrowed and developed from his own regional

Barn Burning

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: Barn Burning - Further Reading

Author: William Faulkner

Text: Further Reading Beach, Joseph Warren. "William Faulkner, Virtuoso," in American Fiction, 1920-1940

The Sound and the Fury

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: The Sound and the Fury - Introduction

Author: William Faulkner

Text: considered his first masterpiece. The story is set in the fictional county of Yoknapatawpha that Faulkner

George H. F. Nuttall

Biography: George H. F. Nuttall - George H. F. Nuttall

Text: George Henry Falkiner Nuttall is noteworthy for his accomplishments while at Cambridge

The Sacrifice

Study Guide: The Sacrifice - Objects/Places

Text: . Faulkner Family Home and Farm The Faulkner family lived in a large country home where they had enough

Collected Stories of William Faulkner

by William Faulkner

Study Guide: Collected Stories of William Faulkner - Style

Title: Collected Stories of William Faulkner - Style

Author: William Faulkner

Text: Style Point of View One of the aspects of writing that Faulkner liked to experiment with was point

Light in August

by William Faulkner

Lesson Plans: Light in August - Fun Activities

Author: William Faulkner

Text: with Faulkner >Imagine that you could have dinner with William Faulkner and some of the characters

E. Annie Proulx

Biography: E. Annie Proulx - E. Annie Proulx

Text: E. Annie Proulx (born 1935) won the 1993 PEN/Faulkner Award for her novel Postcards and a


by James Dickey

Study Guide: Deliverance - Media Adaptations

Text: with Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, John Updike, and Tennessee Williams Released in 1955, the

Other Voices, Other Rooms

by Truman Capote

Study Guide: Other Voices, Other Rooms - Literary Precedents

Text: oratorical diction and dense syntax remind the reader of other Southern novelists such as William Faulkner

Joseph Goebbels

Literature Criticism: Critical Essay by Viktor Reimann - Critical Essay by Viktor Reimann

Text: Socialist experimental stage company in a matinee performance of a memorial service at the Wallner Theater

The Rose Tattoo

by Tennessee Williams

Study Guide: The Rose Tattoo - What Do I Read Next?

Text: , has strong gothic and grotesque overtones. The Sound and the Fury (1929), by William Faulkner, is set

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