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sleeping Beauty/Literary devices

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Nour Elsheemy

on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of sleeping Beauty/Literary devices

Sleeping Beauty Exposition: the king and the queen wished to have a child but never had one. Setting and surroundings: castle horses dogs and horses cook king and queen kings' sons Characters: The princess, princes, king, queen, and the 13 wise women. Protagonist is princess Antagonist is the 13th wise woman Round: the princess The flat character is the 13th wise woman Inciting Incident: the frog granted the queen's wish rising action 1. The princess was born and the 13Th wise woman put her under a spell (when she's 15, she shall prick herself with a spindle and die but the other wise women soften the spell and she shall not die but she shall fall into deep sleep that could last hundreds of years) 2. when she was 15 she went to the tower and pricked herself with a spindle and fell into deep sleep for hundred of years( just like the 13th wise woman said). 3. everyone in the castle fell into deep sleep just like the princess, many kings' sons tried to free them from the castle but they all died 4. After hundred of years, a prince came and kissed her, the princess opened her eyes so as everyone else in the castle. climax: The prince kissed the princess and the spell was broken( everyone in the castle woke up from their deep sleep). Falling Action The prince and the princess got married and the king held a huge festival for them and invited everyone in the kingdom. The prince and the princess lived happily ever after! :D resolution: Literary Devices Alliteration: repeating a consonant sound in close proximity to others or beginning several words with the same vowel. Ex: " As I nodded nearly napping" Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven Effect: Brings attention to nodded, nearly, and napping. Hyberole: figure of speech in which the truth is exaggerated. Ex:" What ho! you men, you beasts. That quench the fire of your pernicious rage." Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare Effect: To exaggerate pain or anger Simile: A comparison using like or as. Ex: "black as pitch" Edgar Allan Poe's The Tell Tale Heart A comparison of the darkness to a black semi-liquid. Metaphor: A comparison without using like or as. Ex: "I am that male. I am Artemis the hunter and i have hunted you." personification: animal, ideas, and inanimate objects are given human like qualities. Ex: " You people have no." C.S. Lewis's chronicles of Narnia: prince Caspian. Effect: expresses that the human couldn't believe that talking animal existed. symbol: a word, place, character or object that means something beyond its literal level Ex: The raven in the Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven signifies DEATH. Effect: shows that death is inescapable.
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