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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Transcript of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
By Ransom Riggs Jacob has to trust in his grandfathers
last words. He has to trust that he will
find Miss Peregrine and her children. Then he must trust that they'll help him. His trust is also damaged by Dr. Golan and the wights. Adventure- Jacob is going on an adventure to an unknown land to find unknown people. He adventures back to their land to save them. The book also ends with yet another adventure. Setting- Exposition- Rising action- Climax- Present day Florida. Present day Cairnholm Island in Wales. Cairnholm in Sept. 3, 1940 Jacob's grandfather told him stories
of his childhood and peculiar children. -Jacob's grandfather dies
-Jacob starts seeing a therapist
-Dr. Golan tells him to go to Cairnholm
-Jacob finds the children's home Jacob finds Miss Peregrine and her children. It's written in first person through the eyes of Jacob Portman. Tone This book has an adventurous feel to it. It is also a bit suspenseful at times. -The main character
-16 years old
-Grandfather is murdered. Emma Bloom -Peculiar
-Creates fire with her hands
-Was in love with Jacob's grandfather Abraham Portman -Jacob's grandfather
-Murdered Miss Peregrine -The Bird
-Controls her time loop
-Ymbryne that turns into a hawk Foreshadowing Irony The person that Jacob trusted the most ended up being his enemy. Metaphor Jacob's grandfather says that the headmistress is a bird. When really she is a ymbryme.