Banned book dressup

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Banned book dressup

Today in Ms. Alexandra Yeganegi’s junior Magnet American Literature class, students read a banned book throughout the semester and made a project based off their book. Students dressed up as either the author or the character from the book and they made a capsule that represents their book. “I made this poster because in my book, 1984, it talks about ‘big brother,’ which is also known as the Government, and this plays a big aspect in the book,” junior Isabel Daez said.

Today in Ms. Alexandra Yeganegi’s junior Magnet American Literature class, students read a banned book throughout the semester and made a project based off their book. Students dressed up as either the author or the character from the book and they made a capsule that represents their book. “I made this poster because in my book, 1984, it talks about ‘big brother,’ which is also known as the Government, and this plays a big aspect in the book,” junior Isabel Daez said.

Haley Kish

Today in Ms. Alexandra Yeganegi’s junior Magnet American Literature class, students read a banned book throughout the semester and made a project based off their book. Students dressed up as either the author or the character from the book and they made a capsule that represents their book. “I made this poster because in my book, 1984, it talks about ‘big brother,’ which is also known as the Government, and this plays a big aspect in the book,” junior Isabel Daez said.

Haley Kish

Haley Kish

Today in Ms. Alexandra Yeganegi’s junior Magnet American Literature class, students read a banned book throughout the semester and made a project based off their book. Students dressed up as either the author or the character from the book and they made a capsule that represents their book. “I made this poster because in my book, 1984, it talks about ‘big brother,’ which is also known as the Government, and this plays a big aspect in the book,” junior Isabel Daez said.

Haley Kish, Reporter/Photographer

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