March 2007 Letter from Home

Issue No. 103

 A Covenant Home Curriculum Newsletter

March 2007

In This Issue:

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  • Latest Covenant Laureate Award Winner!

 

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Latest Covenant Laureate Award Winner!

Excellent Example of a Book Report by an Eleventh Grader

 

Grade Auditor, Mrs. Robin Boedeker, has nominated Kylie Virginia Lee Anglin (Grade 11) for her excellent book report on Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.  Kylie was awarded a Covenant Laureate Award in February, 2007.

 

The Anglin family has been with Covenant Home Curriculum since 2004.  Kylie has special interest in writing and history.  Her hopes for the future include becoming a registered nurse.

 

Below is an exerpt from Kylie's report.


Book Report on Jane Austen's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

by Kylie V.L. Anglin, February 2007

     The main theme of this book is that rational love is more real and lasting than romantic love. Rational love grows over time and is more lasting, because it does not count so much on feelings as it does on respect between a man and a woman. Elizabeth and Darcy disliked each other from their first meeting. Darcy began to fall in love with Elizabeth, because of her wit and inner strength. Elizabeth began to fall in love with Darcy, because she appreciated the kindnesses done for her and her family by him; they respected one another. As Proverbs 31:10-12 states, "Who shall find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above [rubies]. The heart of her husband trusteth in her, and he shall have no need of spoil. She will do him good and not evil all the days of her life."

Click here for more of Kylie's analysis of Pride and Prejudice

 
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