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Concept Map

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Concept Map
The Most Dangerous Game
Motivation
Foreshadowing
The story,
The Most Dangerous Game
, uses foreshadowing by saying no one wants to travel to the island, even the worst of people. Then, the story proceeds with the main character falling off the boat and having to swim to the island.
Protagonist
The protagonist is the main character of the story, and in
The Most Dangerous Game
, that would be Rainsford.
Antagonist
The antagonist is the enemy of the story, and in
The Most Dangerous Game
, that would be General Zaroff.
The Most Dangerous Game
uses motivation by being motivated to leave the island because he is being hunted by General Zaroff.
By: Sam & Simon
The Scarlet Ibis
Internal Conflict
Round Character
Doodle is a very
round character
because we learn a lot about him from the narrator's thoughts and feelings.
1st Person Point of View
Symbolism
In
The Scarlet Ibis
, one example of symbolism is between the scarlet ibis and Doodle. The scarlet ibis's death symbolizes Doodle's death, because they were both very weak and in an unfamiliar place.
The Scarlet Ibis
uses an internal conflict by Doodle struggling with his physical handicap. He struggles with this because his brother pushes him hard. Also, he just wants to be a normal kid.
You can tell that
The Scarlet Ibis
is in 1st Person Point of View, because it uses words like "I" and "we".
The Rules of the Game
Cliffhanger
Setting
External Conflict
Flat Character
The Gift of The Magi
Allusion
3rd Person POV
Situational Irony
Theme
The Minister's Black Veil
Verbal Irony
Simile
Climax
Mood
The story, The Gift of The Magi, uses
allusion
by mentioning that the main characters are giving each other gifts for Christmas, but they don't say that directly.
This story's point of view is
3rd Person POV
. We know that this is mostly
3rd Person Limited
because the narrator is unknown and we only know Della's side of the story. We don't really know about Jim's side, until later
The Gift of The Magi has
situational irony.
We know this because in the story, the narrator is getting a gift for her husband's most prized possession and her husband is getting a gift for the narrators most prized. It is
situational irony
because the narrator and her husband both give up their most prized for their gift to give.
In the story, The Gift of The Magi, the story has a
theme.
The main theme of the story is: Poverty, Love, and Generosity.
An example of
verbal irony
in The Minister's Black Veil is that the minister, the messenger of God's word, doesn't have true understanding of Christianity.
The
mood
in the Minister's Black Veil is mysterious and dark.
One simile in the story, The Minister's Black Veil is:
The
climax
in The Minister's Black Veil is when Mr. Hooper sits up, when he is about to die, and said everyone in the room is wearing a black veil.
The Rules of the Game takes place in Chinatown in San Francisco.
There is an external conflict every time Meimei plays a game of chess, because she is facing an opponent that she has to beat.



One flat character in
The Rules of the Game
would be Meimei's mother, because we learn about her, but she doesn't really change. She's a stubborn woman that takes pride in her family.
This story is an example of a cliff hanger because it ends without letting us know what happens after her family starts ignoring her.
The Cask of Amontillado
Sensory Details
An example of sensory details is when he is describing what the small room that he is trapping Fortunato in.
Static Character
Fortunato is a static character and that is because nothing really changes about him; He's drunk the entire time and then he dies.
Dramatic Irony
There is dramatic irony is
The Cask of Amontillado
and that is because we know what Montresor plans on doing to Fortunato, but Fortunato does not know.
The End
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