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  • Title
  • Pharaphrase
  • Connotation
  • pay you, to not turn me in.
  • How much
  • $250
  • Deal
  • Bootlegger
  • You are going to jail.
  • I think the poem is going to be about things that happened int he 1920's. so far from learning what we have learned about i think it is going to be about bootleggers, flappers, stock market crash,and poverty.
  • Attitude
  • flappers dance while bootleggers fought for a decade still jazz was played booze was served hot. young women found freedom. The Charleston conquered the ballroom floor.stock market crashed, and panics began where prosperity ends.
  • Shifts
  • for this poem I chose a line 16 which is (then Wall Street collapses and drowns out the roar) to connotate. a different saying can be (Then stock crashes the prosperity ends and poverty just begins,) this is my connotation for this line.
  • theme                      title revisited
  • THE ROARING TWENTIES
  • i think if i heard the a audio of this poem the poet would be reading the poem in a irate way, because she would be mad if she was one of the people that were against this flappers and speakeasies. 
  • During the poem the poet Kenn Allan talks about everything that has happened in the 1920's. Such as how she shifted from stock market crashing and poverty beginning to how flappers were still dancing.
  • I learned about the Charleston of being a new dance, flappers were introduced, girls got freedom, and etc.
  •                                                                              After going                                                                                       back and                                                                                       checking  the title i have a                                                               better visual understanding                                                                         of the                                                                                              title and story.  
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