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Memory Work for Marking Period 2 – The Renaissance

___ credits are required……………………… .    At least one must be from Macbeth.

Last date accepted ___________________

Memory work may be done at any time beginning right now. It is due BY the last date. Do not wait until the last minute. If you are absent, your memory work is not in. You should not ask to give memory work late. Should you be hospitalized the last 2 weeks before memory work is due, we will work something out.

 

 You are always expected to get to the end of a sentence. Should the line requirement not do that, be certain you check with me.

Early Renaissance

Queen Elizabeth I

1. “When I Was Fair and Young”   20 ll.   on-line

2. “Gloriana Dying”          1-22    on-line

3. “Gloriana Dying”      23-49    [must be done after preceding selection]

Sir Thomas Wyatt

4. “Whoso List to Hunt”            14 ll.   Elements/On-line

5. “They Flee from Me”            21 ll.   Elements/On-line

6. “A Lover’s Vow”          14 ll.   on-line

7. “Alas, So All Things Now Do Hold Their Peace”    14 ll.on-line

Sir Philip Sidney

8. Sonnet 31

Christopher Marlowe

9. “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love”   24 ll.

Sir Walter Raleigh

10. “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”     24 ll. [fun to do along w/ “Passionate Sh.”

Edmund Spenser

11. “Sonnet 75” fr. Amoretti       14 ll.

12. “Sonnet 35”                14 ll.  

Renaissance

William Shakespeare

13. “Sonnet 29”                14 ll.

14. “Sonnet 30”                14 ll.   Elements/On-line

15. “Sonnet 71”                 14 ll.   Elements/On-line

16. “Sonnet 73”                14 ll.   Elements/On-line

17. “Sonnet 116”                14 ll.

18. “Sonnet 130”                14 ll.

 

 William Shakespeare Fr. Macbeth

19. Act 1, Scene 3   ll. 128-142

20. Act 1, Scene 5   ll. 15-30

21. Act 1, Scene 5   ll. 38-54

22. Act 1, Scene 7   ll. 1-28

23. Act 2, Scene 1   ll. 33-61         2 credits

24. Act 3, Scene 1   ll. 48-70         2 credits

25. Act 5, Scene 5   ll. 17-28

26. Act 5, Scene 5   ll. 38-52

English IV