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Ravin' About "The Raven": Inside Gothic Lit with Oates & Poe

Unit 3: Romanticism & Transcendentalism
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify Gothic themes in present-day media and literature and use textual evidence from "Where is Here?" and "The Raven" to compose a short essay comparing and contrasting the themes and effectiveness of author structure in portraying Gothic content.

Big Idea: If there's one thing kids understand, it's how creepy Christopher Walken is. Now let's apply that to Gothic Lit!

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