“Daily Scramble, 12/3.” There are a couple of ways to do this one. One is pretty sophisticated!
- to wash his llama
- the llama looked worse
- he did not
- Mr. Johnson hired me
- a second time
- than it did before
- hire me
Reminder: New Vocab Word: anthropomorphic – human shaped.
Example: Art Spiegelman uses anthropomorphic cats and mice to represent the Nazis and the Jews.
Variation: anthropomorphism – the tendency to give human traits to other animals.
- The Nazi _____ included racial purity.
- A heart attack is a(n) ____ sign of an ongoing disease.
- His accent was a(n) ____; he wasn’t really from France.
- (see #7) He just thought it made him sound _______.
- The camp counselors were too ____ in enforcing the rules, so it wasn’t much fun.
- “I like turtles” is funny because the line is such a(n) _____.
- The Queen of England has ____ but no real power.
- During the period between Mardis Gras and Easter, you are supposed to _____ yourself of something you like. It’s supposed to be a difficult thing to do. (Bonus: What is this period of time called? Bonus 2: What does Mardis Gras mean?)
- * The roots of this word mean “beneath stand thing.”
120 Seconds II.
Tips: Practice! Write out your intro! Practice!
- (2) What things does Artie say have “taken their toll” on his father?
- What physical sign does Vladek still have from the concentration camps?
- Art, aka Artie, aka Art Spiegelman: The author, Vladek’s son
- Mala: Vladek’s current wife. Also a survivor like Vladek. She married Vladek after Anja died.
- Anja (Zybelberg) Spiegelman: Artie’s mom, Vladek’s first wife and true love. Survived the war like Vladek, but committed suicide when Artie was 20 something.
- Lucia Greenberg: An old girlfriend of Vladek’s from before the war.
- The Zybelbergs: Anja’s parents. Rich before the war.