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CAMP 30

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Sarah Mendez

on 27 January 2014

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Transcript of CAMP 30

CONFLICT
Person vs. Person
POINT OF VIEW
CHARACTERIZATION
THEME
The theme of the novel is fear and suspense
IRONY
DRAMATIC
History
Camp 30 was a prisoner of war camp for German soldiers during World War II. Camp 30 is located in Bowmanville, Ontario.
CAMP 30
BY:ERIC WALTERS
PRESENTATION BY:
NICOLE NWOSU
EHRNEST BARNUEVO
SARAH MENDEZ
first-person
refers to himself as "I"
know what he is thinking
PROTAGONIST
George Braun
12 years old
sandy brown hair
dark brown eyes
older brother, Jack
German decent
doesn't like to lie
Jack Braun
14 years old
sandy brown hair
dark brown eyes
younger brother, George
German decent
out going
courageous
ANTAGONIST
Nazis
German soldiers
work for Hitler
do anything for their country
are prisoners
Chapter 1
Chapter 7
Person vs. Self
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Person vs. Circumstance
Chapter 1
Chapter 12
Chapter 16
Fear
George overcomes his fears
Suspense
the chapter get cut throughout the novel
The theme was implicit
Camp X knew everything that was happening at Camp 30
George and Jack were passing on information
SITUATIONAL
George and Jack forced to go to Germany
Cosmic
Prisoners are being treated better than the people of Bowmanville
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