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Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers

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Transcript of Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers

Setting
Conflicts
Plot
Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers
By Juan Rios
Characters
Place
The place of the setting was in Vietnam.
Time
The time of the setting was several months in 1967 and 1968.
Social conditions
A social condition is that war in not a fun thing to be in.
Weather conditions
The weather conditions during the war were not really good at all.
Mood
All the American soldiers were not in a good mood. They wanted to kill the cong.
Introduction
We got to know most of the main characters in the novel.
Falling Action
Peewee and Richie’s separation from the rest of the squad and they save the lives of Monaco and the rest of the squad
Denouement
Peewee and Richie return back to their home, but all his other friends died.
Rising action
Richie’s enlistment in the army to escape a bleak future.
Climax
Richie writes a letter to his brother telling him that the was was all about who kill who first.
External conflict
Richie did not wanted to kill any one at first, but he learn later on what was best for him and his team.
Internal conflict
Richie struggles to come to terms with the grim reality of war.
Richie Perry
Richie Perry is the narrator and protagonist. Richie is a seventeen-year-old high school graduate from Harlem. He has a little brother named Kenny.
Harold “Peewee” Gates
Peewee is Richies' closest friend in Vietnam. Peewee copes with the fear and uncertainty of the war with comical bravado.
Lobel
Lobe was a member of Richie’s squad. He was a Jewish and possibly homosexual guy.
Jenkins
Jenkins was a member of Richie’s squad who arrives in Vietnam at the same time as Richie. He was the fist soldier who died because he step in a mine.
Point of view
Richie tells the story in the first person, giving us immediate, intimate access to his thoughts and feelings as the action unfolds.
Theme
One of the themes in these novel is the loss of innocence.
Richie's and his mom did not really got along, they always ended up fighting.
Richie had a medical profile, but he still fought in the war.
Richie care about his little brother Kenny.
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