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Choices - Susan Kerslake

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Inderpartap Sandhu

on 31 March 2014

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Transcript of Choices - Susan Kerslake

Characters
Setting
Plot
Theme
Conflict
Choices - Susan Kerslake
Ken
Peggy
- Protagonist
- Young female
- Dynamic character
- Mentions that she has
no scars on her legs
- Male
- Curly brown hair
- Scars on his body
- Average height
Before the accident
During the accident
After the accident
Everything is good,
everyone is having
fun. Its on the weekend
during a hot, sunny day.
Peggy is fearful and scared.
She's feeling hopeless and is
initially confused. The accident
happens on the highway in a
blue car.
Peggy feels confused and is scared.
She worries about herself and Ken.
She tries to catch his eye but he's
in pain and hurt as well. Possibly
feeling guilty for the accident. They are
in an ambulance together.
Antecedent Action
Initial Incident
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
Denouement
Ken & Peggy
meet. Ken
plans a trip.
Peggy agrees
to go on
the trip
with Ken.
Peggy gets into the car
and falls asleep.
Later on, she notices
Ken acting weird.
A car accident happens.
She wakes up confused &
distraught. She realizes
she's been in an accident
and is stuck so she tries
to call for help.
Ambulance arrives and
begins to treat her and Ken.
She can't feel her legs.
Peggy has an epiphany
about choices
& how she could
have said no.
Mood
Beginning
During the car crash
Calm, relaxed, everyone
is enjoying themselves.
Peggy is confused,
scared, tense, hurt.
The story was about choices & responsibilities and how one choice can possibly resonate throughout one's life.
Point
of
View
Third person limited omniscient.
Foreshadow
In the beginning, Peggy's legs don't have any scars. This foreshadows how her scar-free legs end up forever scarred by being paralyzed.
External
Internal
Peggy vs. accident
Ken vs. self
Peggy vs. self
The End.
Inderpartap Sandhu.
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