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Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson Literary Element Powerpoint
Transcript of Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson Literary Element Powerpoint
Chains Final Presentation
Literary Element Powerpoint
By Katrina Taylor
"Mr. Robert named his price. Our price. Two for one, us being sold like bolts of faded cloth or chipped porridge bowls."
"Three mornings after the invasion, a message was delivered... "A social invitation?" Madam asked. "Or business?" "Neither," Lockton said. "It's a desperate plea."
"The horses hooves sparked off the cobblestones and sounded like a hammer striking a forge."
"Her skin was pale as water except for two flame-colored spots on her cheeks. Her eyebrows and eyelashes where near invisible, and her eyes a mix of pewter and blue."
Her skin was pale as water except for two flame-colored spots on her cheeks. Her eyebrows and eyelashes were near invisible, and her eyes a mix of pewter and blue.
"Why are you dawdling so? The floor in here is filthy, and the banister needs to be polished. And I told you to wear your shoes in my house!"
Rude, Uncaring, Snooty, Critical, Bossy.
Quiet but Courageous, Responsible, Cares Deeply For her Family.
"Answer me you miserable cow, did you sell my sister?"
"Someday I'll find that lawyer and Miss Mary's will, and that'll free us. Until then we need to eat, work, and stay together. So yes, I guess I'm loyal to Lockton."
"I opened my mouth to roar, but no sound escaped, I could not even mewl like a kitten."