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Transcript of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
washed up and and takes him in Rikki is a round and dynamic character. Flat Static Protagonist, does things for the greater good A black cobra that lives near Teddy's house Antagonist, does things for his own good Flat Static Joseph Rudyard Kipling was born on December 30, 1865 in Bombay, India. Author of the two Jungle Books and other well-known works. Received a Nobel Prize in 1907
for Literature Died in London on January 18, 1936 His pallbearers consisted of a prime minister, an admiral general and the head of Cambridge college His parents moved to England
and then back to India in 1871, Forcing him and his sister to
stay at a foster home. He was the father of three kids and lost one during World War I. Darzee A tailorbird from the garden Nagaina Female black cobra, Nag's wife Setting: The locational setting of Rikki-tikki-tavi is at house and garden in India The mood and atmosphere of the story ranges from optimistic to fearful. Social conditions are irrelevant to this story. The weather conditions are neutral. Plot: Introduction Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Character traits: Brave, curious, young, hero Character traits:
Innocent, carefree Character traits: Dangerous,
self-centered The setting of a Segowlee cantonment in India is introduced. Rikki-tikki is introduced as a washed up mongoose. Other characters, such as Teddy and his father are introduced. Rikki-tikki meets Nag and fights with him for the first time. Rikki-tikki comes to the rescue when Teddy encounters Karait. Rikki-tikki kills Nag and searches for Nagaina and her eggs. Rikki crushes Nagaina's eggs and follows her into her burrow. The animals of the garden do not expect him to return. Rikki-tikki returns from Nagaina's burrow victorious The Coppersmith informs the garden that they are no longer in danger. Rikki-tikki, the family, and the rest of the garden is safe from Nag and Nagaina Conflict: Man vs. Man The conflict of the story is man versus man
because a character (Rikki-tikki) physically fights other
characters (cobras) (Internal) Point of view: Theme: Courage A possible theme of
Rikki-tikki-tavi is: Courage can come
in any shape or size. Underdogs You shouldn't underestimate
an underdog. Another possible theme of
Rikki-tikki-tavi is: Third Person Limited The narrator of the story doesn't
participate as one of the characters, and his knowledge
is limited to one character. Critique: I enjoyed reading Rikki-tikki-tavi
for my short story novel. In my opinion, Rikki-tikki-tavi is a timeless novel that is relatable to almost every reader.