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Split cherry Tree
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Split Cherry tree - Conflict
person vs.society, person vs.self
-is between two ways of life--an out-of-date tradition of toil and limited education, represented by Pa, and a new way of life based on scientific and technological progress represented by Professor Herbert.
Split Cherry tree - Setting
place: rural Kentucky
Split Cherry tree - Characterization
Developing: "Pa" Dave's father, he is completely against the school and he thinks that the school is a "lizard, bug larnin school" but towards the end of the book, he changes and learns to accept the school after he discovers things he didn't know (like seeing germs through a microscope)
Split Cherry tree - Theme
-Time's are always changing and the people along with it.
-Nothing is impossible.
-Try new things and always tell the truth.
Split Cherry tree - POV
The Open Window - Conflict
Assumed at first Person vs. Supernatural
Person v. Self
The Open Window - setting
time: 1914 'ish
The Open Window - characterization
The Open Window - Theme
Looks can deceive you. Never judge based on first impressions.
The Open Window - POV
3rd person limited: Narrator only enters Rainsford's mind
The Gift of the Magi - Conflict
person vs.self, person vs.
The Gift of the Magi - setting
time: day before Christmas
place: poor flat owned by a couple,
The Gift of the Magi - theme
he best gifts are those of love and sacrifice; it stresses unselfish love.
not all about stuff, just need each other (the love)
The Gift of the Magi - characterization
husband = indirect, round
Della = direct and static
The Gift of the Magi - POV
3rd Person ,Limited .through Della. This point of view is important because the reader doesn't know what Jim has, keeping the combs for a surprise at the end.
Blues Ain't no Mockingbird - Conflict
Person v. Person (grandmother/granfather vs.camera men)
Blues Ain't no Mockingbird - setting
Place: southern USA
Time:1960s-1970s (beginning of food stamp era)
Blues Ain't no Mockingbird - theme
Problems are only solved through calmness and collectiveness, not through argument or shouting
Blues Ain't no Mockingbird - characterization
- Grandma: Round/Static (She doesn't change much)
- Grandpa: Flat/Static (Silent, not much is known about him)
- Camera man: Flat/Dynamic (Changes in his opinion about the family)
- Smilin: Stock
Cathy: Round/Static (Not much is known)
Blues Ain't no Mockingbird - POV
1st Person - granddaughter
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