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The Old Woman who lived with The Wolves
Transcript of The Old Woman who lived with The Wolves
Exposition - The story starts with an introduction about the Sioux tribe and how they travel. Conflict- Marpiyawn lost her dog. Rising Action - Marpiyawn had not seen her dog for a long time. Climax - She found a cave to rest in and woke with wolves providing her food and warmth while talking with her. Falling Action - She started growing up
with the wolves, but one day the
wolved showed her the way home. Resolution - Every day Marpiyawn would give the wolves meat and they would warn her about storms or attacks. Time Period-Late 1800's Place-Wilderness Time Elapased Over Time-The main character grew up from being a young girl, to an old woman. Significance of the Setting- It was cold which made Marpiyawn sleep in the cave. That's how she met the wolves. Costume-She wore a rawhide dress while carrying a rawhide purse. Title - Represents the main idea of the story.
The First Line- Introduces The Souix Tribe and how they move around and love animals. Closing Line- Shows why she was called "The Old Woman Who Lived With The Wolves", or in the Sioux language "Win yan wan si k'ma nitu ompi ti." Main Character- Marpiyawn Age- Started out as a young, pretty girl and grew into an old woman. Activities- Hiking and Moving. Traits- Caring, joyful, unforgetable, adventurous, knowlegable. Point of View - Third Person Narrator - Outside of the story. Moral of the Story-If you respect the animals, the animals will respect you with love and care. Human Nature- That animals
have feelings for humans also. Attitude - Emotional and caring. Imagery- The author describes the weather and the tempature. Colors- Colors of the wilderness covered in white snow. Objects-Tipis, sleds, purses, clothes, and food. Weather- Cold and snowy Season-Winter Symbolism-
Wolves' Fur=Warmth, and
Warm Cave=Campground How are They Symbolic - They are symbolic because they represent a more modern time to our group members. Why are They in the Story? - They are in the story to make the story flow more. THE END