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The Prince and the Pauper

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Brooklyn Tippett

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of The Prince and the Pauper

The Prince and the Pauper
by: Mark Twain
Group Members: Brooklyn T., Ty N., and Ashley Y.

Miss Volker
second quarter of the sixteenth century
Mr. & M
poverty-stricken
The Palace of London
London Bridge
famous
Jack Gantos
prodigious palace
indigent part of town
Edward I-prince
during Renaissance
narrow streets
small
immense
Tudors' home
many celebrations
rebuilt
1500's
Tom Canty
Offal Court
abusive father
dynamic character
Edward Tudor
royal palace home
loving family
spoiled life
prince's friend
best of Englishmen
Characters
Setting
famous bridge
rough life
dynamic character
Miles Hendon
Exposition
boys switch clothes/places
Rising Action
King DIES
Rising Action
Climax
coronation disrupted
Falling Action
place swap confession
Resolution
Edward crowned
Tom well treated
Plot Stages
static character
Pauper-Tom
Prince-Edward
Edward...beaten
Tom...royalty
Hendon watches Edward
Edward and Hendon jailed
Tom-problem solver
Theme
image and identity
Thoughts and Conclusions
not recommendable
feels very long
hard to read
many shops
some people happy
some people sad
large book
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