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MY FRIEND LUKE

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Nur Aqilah Norazuar

on 29 November 2014

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Transcript of MY FRIEND LUKE

INTERESTING STORY
FEELING ANXIOUS
MAD/ ANGRY WITH LUKE'S FAMILY
SYMPATHY
BLESSED
WONDER

RELATE
MARRIED COUPLE
TEENAGERS
ABUSEMENT/TORTURE

IDENTITY CRISIS
ROLE OF MEN
REBELLION
FAMILY TIES
RIGHT VS WRONG
RESPECT

REPOND/SHORT SUMMARY
My friend Luke’ by Fernando Sorrentino tells us a story about an old man (Luke) that live as a two different person. His antic is shown whenever his ride on a bus by trying to irritate others. Off the bus, he is sweet, shy, obedient and loving man. Why? Is the question that rise by the readers itself.

WHAT COULD TRIGER HIS ATICS ?
FAMILY
MONEY
STRESS AT WORKPLACE

MY

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LUKE
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NUR AQILAH BT NORAZUAR
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PUTERI ATHIRA KHAIRUDIN
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PLOT
EXPOSITION
The narrator expose us to the main characters (Luke)
RISING ACTION
Luke’s characteristic and his behaviour around the others
CLIMAX
Luke’s behaviour change when he entering the bus
FALLING ACTION
No falling action
RESOLUTION
Luke’s step off the bus.


REACTION
THEMES
SETTING
TIME
WINTER AND SUMMER
MORNING TILL EVENING
PLACE
HOME
ALSINA STREET
SIDEWALKS
ON THE BUS
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