The Book Thief Imagery Project (Exploring Narration)

The Book Thief Imagery Project (Exploring Narration)
The Book Thief Imagery Project (Exploring Narration)
The Book Thief Imagery Project (Exploring Narration)
The Book Thief Imagery Project (Exploring Narration)
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This resource is a Color Theory project designed to introduce the symbolic narrative techniques used by Marcus Zusak in The Book Thief. The unique style of the narrator in this novel allows students to analyze the symbolism of the colors and poetic nuances used by our omniscient narrator and to connect to the affect these nuances create to the writing style. Students will craft poems based on color association memories, and craft them into a visual representation of the fragmented narration that is both symbolic and poetic. This project creates a beautiful personal visual and helps students connect to the symbolism the narrator continuously relies on to tell the tale of The Book Thief.
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4 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
3 days
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