Type
Crossword
Description

Name of southern town Shalimar
Deadly sin Greed
Symbol of wealth Gold
Evil Whites
True purpose of journey Ancestry
Father Macon
Flight is Freedom
Traditional language Gullah
Protagonist Milkman
Pilate is a symbol of Morality
Antagonist Guitar
Means of escape Flight
Ruin of many Desire
Names based on Religion
Used to cope or rejoice Singing
Death is part of Humanity
Oppression Racism
Corinthians was an Amanuensis

The Necklace Crossword

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Description

First name of the protagonist Mathilde
The necklace that is worn by the protagonist is an example of a ____ symbol
The currency used in the story francs
At the beginning of the story, the protagonist dreams about being RICH
Mathilde's friend was from her ____ days. CONVENT
Who said, "At most they were worth five hundred!" FORESTIER
This is a story of greed and ____ PRIDE
After she loses the necklace, Mathilde experiences real poverty. Which theme is this? SUFFERING
Of what is the necklace made? DIAMONDS
In addition to wealth, the necklace might symbolize APPEARANCES

Song of Solomon Crossword

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Description

Historically black Christian church formed in New York AMEZion
A private women's college that Milkman's sister attends brynmawr
Daughter of Crowell Byrd. Cousin of Macon Jr Susan
A woman with no belly button Pilate
A ghostly midwife that delivered Macon Jr Circe
One of Macon's tennents, starts a relationship with Corinthians Porter
The day of the week that Guitar is responsible for Sunday
A local poet who hires Corinthians Michaelmary
A janitor for Macon Jr. He gives a main character his nickname freddie
Milkmans paternal great-grandfather Solomon
Milkman's grandfather's real name Jake
A medical anesthetic that eventually kills Dr Foster Ether
The man who jumps off the hospital before Milkman's birth robertsmith
The name that Milkman calls Pilate at the end of the novel sugargirl
The full original name of Milkman's grandmother singingbyrd
The car that Macon Jr drives at the beginning of the novel packard
A membrane that some babies are born with, considered good luck caul
Named after the biblical mother of Ismael, in love with Milkman hagar
A railroad that Macon Jr talks about buying Lackawanna
The ironic name for the southside neighborhood bloodbank

Song of Solomon Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Way of freedom Flight
Oppression experienced by black characters Racism
Mother Ruth
Father Macon
Protagonist Milkman
_______ allusions Biblical
“Alter Ego”/antagonist Guitar
Seen as evil Whites
Oppressed race Blacks
Representation of oppression of women Roses
Symbol of wealth Gold
Moral guide Pilate
Last name Dead
Town of ancestors Shalimar
Equal to freedom Love
Family’s original last name Byrd
Freedom Freedom
Milkman’s crazy lover Hagar
Singing Singing
Gullah Gullah
Separated by race and Class
Solomon Solomon
Ryna Ryna
Singing Singing
Oppression Oppression
Truth Truth
Group Seven days
Poop Poop

Song of Solomon Word Search

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Literary Terms Word Search

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1984 George Orwell Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The device used to monitor everyone at all times Telescreen
Lowest social class Proles
Highest social class Inner Party
Middle social class Outer Party
Main character's lover Julia
Main character Winston
The ability to hold two contradicting beliefs as true at the same time. Doublethink
The limiting new language that eliminates the ability to express emotions or ideas deemed unwanted by the Party. Newspeak
The embodiment of the oppressive system that the citizens of Oceania follow and love. BigBrother
Person who plotted against the government along with other accomplices. Goldstein
The secret underground organization of rebels against the oppressive system. Brotherhood
The political party that the government of Oceania is founded upon. Ingsoc
What Winston must believe four plus four equals to be cured of his insanity Five
The man that cured the protagonist of his insanity. O'Brien
The cafe the protagonist occupies after he is reintegrated into society ChestnutTree
Where the protagonist is held captive. MinistryofLove
The newspaper that the protagonist must revise to make the party always correct. Times
What Oceania has ALWAYS been at war with. Eurasia
The worst room in the Ministry of Love. 101
The unbearable thing for the protagonist. Rats

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