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Lilo & Stitch

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Jonathan Challis

on 14 September 2015

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Transcript of Lilo & Stitch

Disney Lit Terms Project: Lilo & Stitch
Lilo & Stitch
Internal: Stitch vs. Himself
Stitch wants to fit in and be apart of the family
Protagonist
Antagonist
Captain Gantu
Lilo
Major Conflicts
External: Stitch vs. Captain Gantu
Captain Gantu tries to capture Stitch
Introduction
Initial incident
Rising action
Climax
Falling Action
Conclusion
Introduction
setting: Hawaii, present day

Introduction of characters: Lilo, Stitch, Gantu, Nani, Jumba

Lilo ite to her dance class and gets in a fight
Stitch is introduced to the council women and is locked up
Initial Incident
Cobra bubbles tells Nani that she has 3 days to prove to him that she is a responsible guardian for lilo. Stitch breaks out and escapes the ship and lands on earth.
Rising Action
Jumba and Pleakley are sent to capture stitch. Lilo adopts stitch. when Jumba and Pleakley fail to capture stitch, Gantu is sent to capture him.
Climax
Gantu captures Lilo and stitch
Falling Action
Stitch escapes before Gantu takes off and has to rescue Lilo.
Conclusion
Stitch rescues Lilo and the council women sees that he has changed and has a family and lets him stay with Lilo on earth.
Literary Terms
simile
Irony
Theme
Symbolism
Archetype
Simile
Pleakley says that Jumba looks like a monster. This is an example of a simile because he is being compared to a monster.
Irony
Lilo wishes for an angel but instead gets stitch. This is an example of irony because you don't expect stitch, an alien created for chaos.
Theme
The theme of this story is Ohana which means family and that no one gets left behind.
Symbolism
The story "The Ugly Duckling" symbolized
Stitch because he was all alone and had no family.
Archetype
Stitch is an example of a because he is an outcast. Lilo could also be an archetype, she was an outcast.
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