| • Sprachliche- stilistische mittel (rhetorische figuren)
• Textgebundene erörterung zu "unsere landessprache und ihre leibwächter"
• Der richter und sein henker -kapelarische zusammenfassung
• Michael kohlhaas von heinrich v. kleist
• Literarische charakteristik von hauke haien (der schimmelreiter von theodor storm)
• Die verlorene ehre der katharina blum,heinrich böll
• Es ist alles eitel-andreas gryphius- analyse/interpretation
• Gedichtsinterpretation: hermann hesse "im nebel"
• Erschließung der kurzgeschichte "das holz für morgen" von wolfgang borchert
• Gedicht interpretation von detlev von liliencron : in einer großen stadt
• Charakterisierung mr. ross
• Zusammenfassung "die welle" 4 und 5 kapitel
• Wolfgang borchert - draußen vor der tür (1. wolfgang borcherts leben;wolfgang borcherts leben tischvorlage;draußen vor der tür)
• Redeanalyse "aufbruch ins 21. jahrhundert" von roman herzog
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Giver-anAnalysis of the Community in “The Giver“, combined with a characterization of Jonas and, referring to both parts, the reasons why he was selected to be the Receiver of Memory. According to Part I, chapters 1-8 I. Analysis of the Community What the reader learns about the Community in the first chapter is that it is a world seeming perfectly in order
the glass menagerieThe Glass Menagerie Outline: Title: The Glass Menagerie Author: Tennesse Williams Other information: edition for the Vienna English Theatre Type of book: It´s a realistic drama. Subject: The play is about a family consisting of mother, son and daughter, who are - each in a special way - not able to cope with reality.
Type of book:The glass menagerie Type of book: The story can be defined to “fiction“. It is a memory play with biographic elements. Tom has two characters united. He’s the narrator and an actor. Subject: The play deals with the difficult relationship in a family. Setting: The story happens in the South of the United States, in St Louis in the 30ies. Amanda: Like everyo
Book report:BOOK REPORT: Title and author: “The God of Small Things” by Arundhati Roy: fiction with biographic elements Arundhati Roy was trained as an architect. She has worked as a production designer and written the screenplays for two films. She lives in New Delhi. This is her first book. Settings: The book was first published in Britain in 1997. The story happen
The golden twenties - boom - crashThe Golden Twenties Boom & Crash " What we play is life." Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong Introduction to the Golden Twenties A new era Economy & Industry “Normalcy, prosperity, stability” New forms of technology, communication and entertainment The Jazz
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The grand canyonThe Grand Canyon Today I want to give you a little impression of the Grand Canyon, I’m sure all of you know it. 1.) Establishment “Grand Canyon National Game Preserve”, established in 1906, became “Grand Canyon National Park” by an Act of Congress in 1919. The Grand Canyon National Park covers 4931 square kilometers in northwestern Arizo
The grass is singingThe Grass Is Singing Author: Doris Lessing Setting: South Africa, Rhodesia Time: about 40 years ago Plot: At the beginning of this story we get to know about Mary Turner’s murder in Rhodesia. She had always had severe problems with her parents but as soon as her sister and brother died, the relationship got better. Mary moved to a girls-house, wher
1The Great Gatsby A novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald Table of contents Introduction p. 2 The author p. 2 Background of the 1920s p. 3 List of characters p. 3 The story p. 4 Interpretation p. 5 Intr
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