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Narrative Planner—"The Pomegranate Seeds"
Transcript of Narrative Planner—"The Pomegranate Seeds"
She is a young and gorgeous mature woman with great physical assets; extraordinary capabilities. Additionally, she does not age.
She feels alienation. Alienated from herself showing in lines nine through 10, ‘Afar from mine own self I seem...'. In addition to her feelings, she did not want to leave the king.
She was awfully care free and too innocent.
She's occupied away from her home to be the “happiness” in Pluto's castle.
How does this character respond:
She doesn't want to leave her mother. She threatened to under no circumstances eat or drink no matter what is presented to her by Pluto.
Point of View:
What point of view will you use in your story?
Why did you choose that point of view?
Tone—What is the attitude of your story?
Words to describe the tone.
How will you communicate that tone?
How do you want readers to feel after they read your story?
It sets a sensation of persuit and anxiety. The words "search" and "rescue" describe the tone. This is communticated through the characters actions and desperation. I'd like the readers to think twice and to accualy listen to what people tell them, especially those who love them.
Pace—How fast is your story going to move?
What pace fits your narrative:
How will you create that pace?
The pace went from fast to slow. This is shown through the lack of puncation to the change of an abundant amount of puncuation twoard the end of the story. It could be created through the explination of the mother finding Proserpina.
Proserpina’s mom tells her to stay near the sea nymphs but she wonders off and runs into misfortune.
Pluto approaches with his horses and chariots.
Pluto abducts Proserpina.
Pluto presents Proserpina to the castle and shows her around
Pluto hung onto Proserpina.
First person point of view is being used because of the use of 'I', 'you', ect.