Close Reading Paper Series - Western Illinois University
For example, a poster might capture the processes of close reading and analysis of a single key passage of text (or image of a work of art), part of a larger project but focused on a key moment.
Close reading is the basic mode of formal ..
Odysseus finally claims departure and he is given a sack, made of the skin of a full-grown ox, holding winds "that howl from every quarter." Nature
Reason Passage #2 Close Reading
Passage 2 Important Quotes from the Reading: In this passage of The Odyssey, Odysseus sent a group of his men led by Eurylochus to go explore Circe’s grounds.
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Stephanie Z, Emily D, Beth Z,
and Hannah P Passage #1 Close Reading Interpretation 1.) " ...Zeus has made that king the master of all the winds, with power to calm them down or rouse them as he pleased."
2.) " But his plan was bound to fail, yes, our own reckless folly swept us on to ruin." Important Quotes from the Reading: Interpretation of Quotes: Quote 1:
Odysseus receives a sack of winds from Aeolus.
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They were asked, in other words, to begin by reading textsclosely as texts and not to move at once into the general context ofhuman experience or history.