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Bowaon and Totoon

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pola esteban

on 10 September 2013

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Transcript of Bowaon and Totoon

PLOT
Introduction
Climax
Falling Action
Bowaon plotted several evil plans to smear the name of his friend Totoon. He told the king lies to put his friend in danger.
Conflict
External Conflict
Setting
Forest
Palace
Village
Characters
Bowaon and Totoon
Bowaon
pessimist, impatient, envious
Totoon
optimistic, merciful, kind-hearted
Main
Sub-character
King
Dead stranger
Fish/Eagles
Princess
On a far village there were two friends Bowaon and Totoon. Unable to find a job on their place they decided to go look for their fortune somewhere else.
Rising Action
When they arrive at king's palace they were given a job. When Totoon become the secretary of the king while Bowaon as the cook. Bowaon got jealous of Totoon and he began smearing his friends name.
They began their journey in finding a fortune. In this journey they've experienced different circumstances where Bowaon shows his being pessimist and impatient while on the other hand Totoon's optimism and kind hearted.
Denouement
Though Totoon was tested by king because of the lies of his friend Bowaon. With the help of the ones who he first helped in exchange of his kindness he was able to succeed on all trial that the king gave to him.
Point of View
man vs man
Man vs Circumstances
Omniscient point of view
Theme
No Debt Goes Unpaid
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