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Tuesdays with Morrie

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Andrea R. Schmid

on 23 September 2016

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Transcript of Tuesdays with Morrie

Tuesdays with Morrie
Mitch Albom - Author & Narrator
Morrie Dancing
Morrie and Mitch in Morrie's Study
Where Mitch and Morrie First Met
The people in the story.
Characters
The person or character telling the story.
Narrator
The ​method by which a ​writer ​represents a ​person using ​description and ​speech
Characterization
a ​memory, or a ​short ​part of a ​movie, ​story, or ​play ​describing past ​events
Flashback
Setting
When and where the story takes place.
Author
The person who wrote the story.
"Don't tell me; show me."
memoir
Symbolism
the use of ​symbols in ​art, ​literature, ​films, etc. to ​represent ​ideas

symbol (n.) - a sign or object that is used to mean something
n. a ​book or other ​piece of writing ​based on the writer's ​personal ​knowledge of ​famous ​people, ​places, or ​events
allusion
something that is said or written that is ​intended to make you ​think of a ​particular thing or ​person
Examples:
Her books are full of biblical allusions.
She also made several allusions to famous works of literature.
Foreshadowing
the use of ​details, ​description, and ​mood that will take on more ​meaning ​later in a written ​work
Examples:
Theme
(n) the ​main ​idea of a ​work of ​literature or ​art
Topic
(n) a subject that is discussed, written about, or studied
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