AP Open Question Study Sheet 2018-19 - 7th
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TitleAuthorMain Characters
Main theme(s) (meaning of the work as a whole) - OK to add to or change
Brief, memorable quotes to support a main theme (meaning of the work as a whole):
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Imagining ArgentinaLawrence ThorntonMr. Foster suggests: the power of imagination“It is not often that you see life and fiction take each other by the hand and dance.”
" The real war is between our imagination and theirs, what we can see and what they are blinded to."
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Carlos Ruedaperseverance “People are torn between the pathetic safety of not knowing, and the desire to know.”
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Martin (Narrator & friend of Carlos)injustice "... their manicured hands were pried away from the delicate white throats of the disappeareds..."
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Teresa (Daughter of Carlos)
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Cecilia (Wife of Carlos)
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General Guzman (Tried to put people away)
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Silvio (guy from the theatre place)
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OthelloWilliam ShakespeareMr. Foster suggests: jealousy
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Desdemona (wife of Othello) Jealousy"I know not if’t be true
But I for mere suspicion in that kind
Will do as if for surety"
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Othello (jealous person) (Othello)Racism
"O thou dull Moor! that handkerchief thou speak'st of I found by fortune and did give my husband"
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Iago (makes othello jealous) Manipulation"O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;
It is the green-ey'd monster"
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Roderigo (likes Des, works with his money with Iago to go against Othello)
Othello is black ¨Even now, now, very now, an old black ram
Is tupping your white ewe.¨
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Emilia (Iago's wife)Love“I kiss’d thee ere I kill’d thee: No way but this; killing myself, to die upon a kiss”
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Montano (Governor of Cyprus)Loyalty/Commitment
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LodovicoRevenge
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Cassio (Othello's Lt., handkerchief blame
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Brabantio (Des' father)
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The Handmaid's TaleMargaret AtwoodMr. Foster suggests: the condition of women in their patriarchal society
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The Commander (Offred's master)Gender roles“Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. Don't let the bastards grind you down.”
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Serena Joy (Commander's wife)Dystopian society“A rat in a maze is free to go anywhere, as long as it stays inside the maze.”
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Offred (main character)Feminism“Ignoring isn’t the same as ignorance, you have to work at it.”
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Nick (Offred's bootycall)Patriarchy
"These women could be undone; or not. They seemed to be able to choose. We seemed to be able to choose, then."
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Luke (Offred's husband, baby daddy)
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Ofglen (Offred's walking partner)
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Aunt Lydia (strict)
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Ofwarren (gave birth)
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Janine
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Moira (Offred's best friend, gay, feminist)
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Oedipus The KingSophoclesOedipusMr. Foster suggests: can't escape fate / arrogance (to think that one can escape fate). Also, blindness/sight is an easy thing to write about."Mock my excellence, but you will find out I am truly great." (534) ARROGANCE
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Priest"She was afraid of dreadful prophecies." (1406) FATE
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Creon
"...cursed by birth, cursed by my own family, and cursed by murder where I should not kill." (1420-1422) FATE
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Teiresias"...it was Apollo. He brought on these troubles..." (1581) ARROGANCE/FATE
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Jocasta
"In my wretched life, why should I have eyes when nothing I coud see would bring me joy?" (1584-1585) BLINDNESS
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Old Shepherd
Teiresias to Oedipus, "[...] you have chosen to insult my blindness you have your eyesight, and you do not see how miserable you are."
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"...a thief who clearly wants to steal my throne?" (641) ARROGANCE
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"I feared Apollo's prophecy might reveal itself in me." (1203-1204) FATE
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LysistrataAristophanesLysistrataMr. Foster suggests: the empowerment of women; women rejecting passivity; women challenging the patriarchy; anti-war
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Kleonike"We'll form an alliance and save the States of Greece!"(18)"Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman." (51)
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Myrrhine"We're not slaves; we're freeborn Women [...]" (51)."Motherhood! I'll have to come. I've got no choice." (83)
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Lampito"... we'll have to take things into our own hands."(27)
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Ismenia"We can force our husbands to negotiate Peace,"(24)
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Koryphaios of the Men"[War] is a shameful disgrace to masculine honor" (100)."Misogyny Forever!"(94)
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" of the Women"We, women, can wait no longer"
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Commisioner"Spruce up the world's disasters with spindles-typically woolly female logic." (60)
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Kinesias "Only [Lysistrata] can reconcile our differences. There'll be no Peace for us without her." (100)
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SiddharthaHermann HesseMr. Foster suggests: Siddhartha's search for enlightenment; how he learns; also, the book is a bildungsroman--a coming-of-age novel.
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Siddhartha“I can think. I can wait. I can fast.”
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Kamala (the courtesan)"I had to experience despair [...] to awaken refreshed again."
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Govinda (Friend)"I always thirsted for knowledge, I have always been full of questions."
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Siddhartha (the son)"I will learn from myself. Be my own pupil."
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Gotama
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Vesudeva (Ferryman)
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Kamaswami (merchant)
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