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Copy of Take a Journey Through a Book

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Cali Pratt

on 12 September 2018

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Take a Journey Through a Book
Words of the Wiser
When a wiser, often older, character gives advice to the main character, hoping to guide him/her through a difficult decision
and ask:

What is the life lesson?

How will this advice affect the main character?
Again & Again
When you notice a word, phrase or situation repeated over and over,
and ask:

Why does this keep happening again and again?

What does this repetition tell me about what might happen later?
Memory Moment
When the author interrupts the action to tell you about a
and ask:

Why might this memory be important to the character or the story?
Just like signs on the road directing us on what to do and where to go, authors give us signs that help us know what to look for in the story.

"If we don't know to look for the signposts authors give, and don't know what they mean, we might breeze past them and find ourselves of the road and in the ditch" (Beers & Probst, 105).
Never again shall we march like sheep to the slaughter
Never again shall we sit and take orders
Stripped of our culture, robbed of our name
Raped of our freedom and thrown into the flames
Forced from our families, taken from our homes
Moved from our God then burned of our bones
Never again, never again, shall we march like sheep to the slaughter
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