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name this spirit: an apparition of a figure on horseback without a head, his head was supposedly carried away by a cannonball during the Revolutionary War
pioneers of the woods and mind
with what type of people did the state of Connecticut supply the union
name this building: a low building with one large room, rudely constructed of logs, windows partially glazed, and partly patched with leaves of old copybooks; its easy to get in, but hard to get out
"spare the rod and spoil the child", means if you don't discipline your kids, they will be spoiled. where did this saying come from?
Ichabod administered justice with ___________________: he gave all punishments to the strong and spared the weak
what Ichabod did in his _______ _______: being the singing-master, reading, storytelling, visiting the homes of his pupils
he lodged at ______________ of farmers whose children he instructed; he changed where he stayed __________
Ichabod also did other _____: he assisted farmers, he baled hay, cut wood, mended fences, was the singing teacher
Katrina Van Tassel
18, plump as a partridge, rosy-cheeked, coquette, famed for her expectations, known for showing off her ankles
Ichabod had a soft and foolish heart towards Katrina, and she soon found favor in his eyes; he __________ her and her father's farm
Baltus Van Tassel
a thriving, content, liberal-hearted farmer, satisfied but not proud of his wealth, he rarely thought of anything but his farm
quail, woodpecker, crane, swallows, martins, pigeons, ducks, partridges, geese, turkey, guinea fowl, chanticleer, all of these are used to create imagery, and add ___________ to the story
three mythological figures are mentioned in the story. they are examples of ____________; Hercules, Achilles, Mercury
traveling wight; in Sleepy Hollow as schoolteacher, tall, exceedingly lank with narrow shoulders, long arms and legs, hands that dangled out of his sleeves, looked like a weathercock and crane
the horse Ichabod borrows from Hans Van Ripper; broken-down plow horse that is gaunt, shagged, with a ewe neck and a head like a hammer, "there was more of the lurking devil in him than any filly in the country"
Brom Bones favorite steed, a creature full of mettle and mischief and who no one but Brom Bones can manage, because Brom Bones prefers vicious animals
Hans Van Ripper
a farmer; a choleric old Dutchmen, a furious rider who had lots of spirit and infused part of it in Gunpowder
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