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Situational Irony: An Example

Situational irony is a form of humor that focuses on a contrast between expectation and reality. In these excerpts from Around the World in Eighty Days, you will see how Jules Verne has used character descriptions to set up expectations … Continue reading

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Trailer for Around the World in 80 Days 1956 film

Here’s a trailer for the 1956 film of Around the World in 80 Days, inspired by the book by Jules Verne. (Yes, the video begins by showing a modern rocket–keep watching! This is the correct trailer for this film.) Other … Continue reading

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Honors Texts for Introduction to Literature

Honors Texts for Introduction to Literature (E1) The Honors Track for Introduction to Literature involves additional reading and writing, which is described in the study guide. Another way you can use the honors texts is if you’ve already read a focus text for … Continue reading

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Introduction to Literature Focus Texts

Introduction to Literature study guide In this first level of Excellence in Literature, students will become familiar with the lesson format they’ll use through all five years of the curriculum. Introduction to Literature is a college-preparatory literature and composition course. … Continue reading

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