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Need to answer four questions in MLA format using citations from "Paul Revere's Ride" (an American Mythology) by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Objectives: Analyze and evaluate the use of literary elements. Analyze the relationship between a literary work and its historical period and cultural influences. Write responses to literature that interpret, analyze, evaluate, or reflect on a work's imagery, language, or universal themes, or the author's style. Respond to nonfiction and fiction including poetry and drama. Interpret figurative language.

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English | Graded Assignment | Honors Project 1: "Paul Revere's Ride" and American Mythology Name: Date: Graded Assignment Honors Project 1: "Paul Revere's Ride" and American Mythology Read “Paul Revere’s Ride,” and complete the online lesson. Complete this assignment, and submit it to your teacher by the due date for credit. Use the project time line to pace your work on this project. Each response must cite specific examples from the poem using MLA format. Be sure to fully answer each question in its entirety using specific examples and original analysis. Total score: ____ of 75 points (Score for Question 1: ___ of 10 points) 1. What are the differences between the historical account and the story that Longfellow tells? Explain at least two differences. Answer: Type your answer here. (Score for Question 2: ___ of 10 points) 2. How do Longfellow’s factual inaccuracies establish Revere as the hero of an American mythology or legend? Answer: Type your answer here. (Score for Question 3: ___ of 10 points) 3. In this poem, Longfellow establishes a tone of deep reverence. How does he accomplish this tone and why is it important? Answer: Type your answer here. (Score for Question 4: ___ of 45 points) 4. National mythologies are made up of stories and literary works that advance a nation's values and ideals, celebrate its heroes, and commemorate its defining events. How does Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "Paul Revere's Ride" do each of these things? Cite specific examples from the poem in your response. Answer: Type your answer here. © 2015 K12 Inc. All rights reserved. Copying or distributing without K12’s written consent is prohibited. Page 1 of 1 ...
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(Score for Question 1: ___ of 10 points)
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What are the differences between the historical account and the story that Longfellow tells?

Explain at least two variations.
Answer:
The historical account involves the primary source of someone own anecdotal evidence
of a historical event which is directly experienced while the story of Paul Revere led to history
being told in a way that the lines between history and myth are blurred. His story has been given
in different ways which are unknown; thus it can be a myth or an actual part of history.
History account is known to provide evidence to the facts of history. It is based on people
and events of the past while in the history of Paul Revere, it explains the history of people and
social phenomena which involve supernatural beings. Paul Revere is a figure in the revolutionary
community which made him famous.
(Score for Question 2: ___ of 10 points)
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How do Longfellow’s factual inaccuracies establish Revere as the hero of American

mythology or legend?
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Some words from the Longfellow poem dashed away with the fiction of the Boston
silvers who abetted start a radical battle. “Listen, my children, and you shall hear /of the
midnight ride of Paul Revere....

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