appease: other reading

The category/label called OTHER READING indicates sentences that use the key word to explain or describe reading that you have done outside of our course material.  You may use an outside book (or magazine, etc.) that you are currently reading, or one you have read in the past.  Or, if you want, you may use reading you are doing for another course.

 

sample post:

In the opening scenes of Hamlet, Claudius, the newly crowned king of Denmark, is trying to appease his nephew, Prince Hamlet.  The prince obviously resents his uncle’s quick coronation, now that Hamlet’s father has been murdered.  Claudius worries that young Hamlet suspects him of the murder.  The sooner he can appease the young man, the more secure will be his own power.

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About bllbrwn423
A career educator who has worked in New York, Oklahoma, California and Georgia--with high school students. I agree with Michelangelo, who allegedly said at age eighty-seven, "I am still learning."

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