Illustrations by British illustrator and political cartoonist Sir John Tenniel (1820-1914 London)
Alice in Wonderland tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by unusual characters.
Anthropomorphic-creatures having human traits in animals, and forces of nature. This trait is specially used in fables and children's stories to get the message across in a palatable way.
Personification-Giving an actual personality to an abstraction, animal, object
Hyperbole-exaggeration used to emphasize, or affect something-to exaggerate
Cheshire Cat Drawing as a Color Wheel and Dada Poem
"How fine you look when dressed in rage. Your enemies are fortunate your condition is not permanent. You're lucky too. Red eyes suit so few." (directed to Alice)
Drawing of a Cheshire Cat with primary and secondary colors
CHANCE POETRY (Dada Poetry-Dadaism) Early 1916 Zurich, Switzerland spreading to Berlin and later to New York. (Marcel Duchamp)
-CREATE A POEM ALONG A PAINTING BASED ON THE WORDS FROM THE CONVERSATION WITH ALICE AND THE CHESHIRE CAT ABOUT "MADNESS".
THERE ARE 7 HEAVENLY VIRTUES IN THE CATHOLIC CATECHISM:
-Chastity: purity, knowledge, honesty, abstain from sexual conduct, practice courtly love, cleanliness (ant.: lust)
-Temperance-self-control, justice, honor, abstention, restraint, constant mindfulness, moderation, deffered gratification (ant.: gluttony-piggy)
-Clarity- will, generousity , benevolence, sacrifice, love with unlimited kindness, "infused with the soul" (ant:, greed)
-Diligence, persistence, effort, ethics, fortitude, not giving up ( ant: sloth,lazy)
-Patience-peace, mercy, sufferance, endurance through moderation, resolving conflicts peacefully,
(ant.: wrath, big hate)
-Kindness-satisfaction, loyalty, compassion, integrity, charity, friendship for its own sake, unselfish love, positive outlook (ant.: envy, jealousy)
-Humility-bravery, modesty, reverence, altruism, selflessness, giving respect, reverence for those that have wisdom, willing to take on difficult tasks graciously and to accept sacrifices that are involved. Giving credit where credit is due. (ant.: pride)
Choose four (4) virtues that describe the Cheshire Cat. These are positive attributes and back up your statements. (40 pts)