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Where the Red Fern Grows

Novel Study Project by: Autumn Brockelman
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Lindsey Clark

on 19 May 2011

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Transcript of Where the Red Fern Grows

Where the Red Fern Grows Setting Oklahoma Ozarks Riverbottoms by: Wilson Rawls 1960s-70s Main Characters Billy Coleman He is a very determined boy Has a good personality He is a strong and courageous farmboy. He goes through several challenges, which when are put together, develop the plot. Little Ann She was the pup with the brains. She was the runt of the litter. Wouldn't do anything without Old Dan. She was a great hunting dog despite her size. Always stayed by Old Dan's side. Old Dan He was the pup with the brawn. Rough and tough when he is hunting, but kind, gentle and loving with his family and Little Ann. Hunting is his passion. Only hunts with Little Ann. Plot Summary All his life, the main character, Billy, had wanted hunting dogs. He worked up some money and bought himself two coon hound pups. He trained them to hunt and they became the best hunting dogs in the area. One day, Billy, Little Ann, and Old Dan got in a fight with a mountain lion. Old Dan got badly injured and died. Without Old Dan, Little Ann lost the will to live. With her last ounce of strength, she crawled to Old Dan's grave and died. On those tragic days, Billy had to say good-bye for his dogs forever. A few weeks after the dogs died, the family moved. Billy visited their graves and a sacred red fern had grown inbetween them. Theme Never give up The two most important themes in this story No matter what your size, you can always accomplish great things. Recommendation I highly recommend this book. It is a great novel that will teach you a life lesson. It will truly touch your heart Prezi by: Autumn Brockelman Quotes "Yes, I know it is still there, for in my heart, I believe the legend of the sacred red fern." (pg. 249) This is important baecause it pretty much is the whole meaning of the story. "I knew the pups were mine, all mine, yet I couldn't move." (pg.37) This quote is important because it had taken Billy so long to raise up enough money to buy the two dogs, and they were finally his. "In the center of the heart were two names, 'Dan' and 'Ann.'" (pg.48) This quote is important because it symbolizes that Old Dan and Little Ann are actually Billy's dogs.
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