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book project on something upstairs by avi

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jack Titkemeyer

on 29 October 2012

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Transcript of book project on something upstairs by avi

Kenny- a 12 year old boy Setting Conflict plot-exposition Kenny,the main character, move to Providence,RH. Kenny meets Caleb,the ghost,and also meets Mr.Willinghast, the library historian. something upstairs by AVI Main Characters Caleb-a memory in kenny's time (ghost) but a slave in 1788 Mr. Willinghast -a memory as library historian,but a slave merchant in 1788 Hulford's house This is were Kenny meets Caleb,the ghost. This is also were the resolution of the story takes place. Kenny is trying to help free Caleb, but the only way is going back to the past, finding Caleb's murderer,and changing the course of history Kenny finds out that Caleb was murdered, and Caleb asks him to go to the past and find his murderer. Kenny finds out that the only way for him to get back to the present is with his key chain plot-rising action plot-climax Kenny finds out that Mr.Willinghast is just a ghost in his time, and is a slave merchant in Caleb's time. He also took Kenny's key chain,so he couldn't go back to the present until he does him a favor. plot-falling action Kenny finds out that the favor that he has to do to get back his key chain is to kill Caleb. plot-resolution Kenny decides to kill Mr. Willinghast, to change history, and set Caleb free. By: Zach Collins and Jack Titkemeyer
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