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Copy & Annotate. Tuesday, May 7. MOVES M = argument marker A = assuring G = guarding D = discounting E = negative evaluative term E+ = positive evaluative term R = rhetorical device N = none of the above. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Copy & AnnotateFor some time now, people have been asking the question Why should the Greek [fraternity and sorority] system go co-ed? To them, I pose an answer [1] in a question, Why not? [2]Tuesday, May 7MOVESM = argument markerA = assuringG = guardingD = discountingE = negative evaluative termE+ = positive evaluative termR = rhetorical deviceN = none of the above

  • QuestionsIs this sentence an explicit performative?Explain the difference between asking Why? and asking Why not? in this context.Tuesday, May 7PassageFor some time now, people have been asking the question Why should the Greek [fraternity and sorority] system go co-ed? To them, I pose an answer [1] in a question, Why not? [2]

  • OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos [NO EXIT], you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • BackgroundHISTORICAL CONTEXT

    Huis Clos (No Exit) was presented for the first time at the Theatre du Vieux-Colombier, Paris, in May 1944. Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • BackgroundSECOND EMPIRE

    The Imperial Bonapartist regime of Napoleon III from 1852 to 1870 C.E.An architectural style, most popular between 1865 and 1880 C.E.Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • Opera Garnier, ParisTuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.Opera Garnier, Paris

  • Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.Opera Garnier, Paris

  • Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.Opera Garnier, Paris

  • Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.Opera Garnier, Paris

  • BackgroundSecond-Empire Furniture:Dark woods, especially mahogany and ebony.Papier-mch, cast iron, mother of pearl and ivory inlay, gilt bronze and wood carved to imitate bamboo (faux bamboo).Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.Opera Garnier, Paris

  • BackgroundSecond-Empire Furniture:Heavy curtains and hangings loaded with braids and trimmings.Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • Huis ClosDRAMATIS PERSONAE

    Valet Garcin Estelle Volunteers? Inez Narrator Tuesday, May 7OBJECTIVEAfter reading the opening scene of Huis Clos, you will analyze the role of setting [Second Empire] in developing mood and meaning by graphically representing your findings.

  • Ticket OutAnswer the following question in one sentence:How do Sartres descriptions of the setting develop mood and meaning in the opening scene of No Exit ?

    In the opening scene of No Exit, Sartres descriptions of setting develop a mood of _______ by _____________________________.

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