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Anthem Teaching Unit
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- Why do you suppose this novel is titled Anthem?
- Is this story narrated in the first person or third person? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of both types of narration.
- Discuss the manner in which the author uses darkness and light as symbols in this novel.
- Trace the evolution of the hero and heroine’s names in this novel. Identify, for each, their three names and explain how and why the names were used.
- Consider the concepts of ignorance and knowledge as they appear in this novel. To support any generalizations you draw, refer to specific incidents or comments in the novel.
- Explain what the author means by the terms “collectivism” and “objectivism.” Do you feel that she treats both points of view fairly?
- The author presents objectivism as a countermeasure to what she sees as the evils of collectivism. While countermeasures may correct the abuses of an earlier system, historically they have often gone on to spawn their own evils. What might be some evils inherent in objectivism?
- State the theme of this story and cite incidents and statements from the novel to support your generalization.
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A teaching unit and individual learning packet from Prestwick House. Includes the following: Comprehensive chapter-by-chapter study guides for students Questions suitable for essay topics or discussion Vocabulary lists Muliple-choice and essay test with answer key Introductory material from Prestwick House to familiarize both students and teachers with the work.