Today we studied chapters 9 and10 of LWW by C.S. Lewis.
- What is onomatopoeia?
- What is simile?
- What is personification?
- What are these examples of?
- “The house [of the White Witch] was really a small castle. It seemed to be all towers, little towers with long pointed spires on them, sharp as needles.” (p. 100)
- “As he [Edmund] got into the middle of it [the courtyard] he saw that there were dozens of statues all about – standing here and there rather as the pieces stand on a chessboard when it is halfway through the game.” (p. 104)
- “And she [Lucy] stopped looking at the dazzling brightness of the frozen river with all its waterfalls of ice and at the white masses of the tree-tops and the great glaring moon and the countless stars and could only watch the little short legs of Mr. Beaver going pad-pad-pad-pad through the snow in front of her as if they were never going to stop.” (pp. 112-113).
- “Wherever is this?” said Peter‘s voice, sounding rather tired and pale in the darkness. I hope you know what I mean about a voice sounding pale.” (p. 113).
- Answers: 1 = simile, 2 = simile, 3 = onomatopoeia, 4 = personification.
- Chapters 9-10: Multiple choice questions, Short Answer questions, Short Essay questions (finish for homework).
- Read in the Bible
- What is the connection between these verses and LWW?