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Transcript of charlotte's web
-the Fair Zuckerman's farm:
-yard: opportunity for self-obtained freedom not real Main Ideas! * you can only get freedom/become saved through faith in Christ! -this also shows Wilbur's faithfulness -smokehouse: represents death, or hell -barn: all the animals, and Wilbur, are trapped there, or so they see it, but safe Fair: represents fate, the conclusion of situations happens here Main Character Wilbur the pig Main Character Charlotte the spider Fern Arable -little girl
-saved Wilbur from being killed by her dad as the runt
-"childhood stage" Avery Arable -Fern's brother
-mischevous minor Mr. Arable -kind, supportive Mrs. Arable -doubtful
-doubts miracles, her daughter minor minor the Zuckermans Mr. Homer Zuckerman -holds Wilbur's life in his hands
-but doesn't realize the importance of his decisions Mrs. Zuckerman -wife of Homer Lurvey -hired hand of the Zuckermans
-dumb the Arables Farm Animals 1 Horse- Ike 2 Cows- Bitsy & Betsy 5 Sheep- Samuel, & others 2 Geese- Gussy & Golly 1 Rat- Templeton -naive
-"saved" in the end -hates spiders -Samuel is the leader
-bossy, acts intelligent
-the others are followers -very negative
-eat all the time -Gussy is nice to Wilbur
-Golly just tries to please his wife always -mean, ugly, rude, narcissistic
-no one like him
-compulsive hoarder, slob, glutton -runt
-saved by fern
-born at Arable's then moved to Zuckerman's
-innocent, young, naive... child
-everyone loves him in the end (even Templeton)
-ordinary, small, child can't make a difference -faithful -lives in the door corner at Zuckerman's farm
-Wilbur's best friend
-kind, caring, positive, calm/composed, motherly morals themes * Charlotte is a Christ Figure! * The author uses Charlotte's teaching to appeal to the younger audience! More plot details... -Wilbur gets too big so has to go to farm -all animals think he's annoying at first -Wilbur escapes one day but returns -The rat tells him that he is going to die at Christmas -Charlotte promises to keep him alive to see the snow -Charlotte spins a web that says "Some Pig"
-later followed by ones that read, "terrific", "radiant", and "humble" -people travel to see the famous pig -Zuckerman takes Wilbur to the fair -Wilber loses to a fat pig next door -they give him a medal anyway -Charlotte made an eggsack -but now is too weak and dying More Plot Details... -Wilber gets Templeton (who has been helping all along) to get the eggsack -They leave, Charlotte stays and dies on the ledge -Wilber gets to see snow -The babies hatch (514) but float away -three babies remain: Joy, Arainia, and Nellie -Charlotte didn't leave with her death, she remained in all the hearts, and she changed the place forever #2. you can only get freedom/become saved through faith in Christ -the escape! -the webs Chacters! Wilber is very faithful #1. the author uses Charlotte's teaching to appeal to the younger audience -introduced words like: salutations= hello magnum opus= great work languish= die converse= chat terrific radiant humble anesthetic appetite Charlotte
is a Christ Figure! -no pen -born in barn -teaches followers -persecuted -performs miracles -never breaks promises -stuck on wooden ledge to die, can't get down -remained in hearts after death
-people want to tell others about her -changed the world -rids the barn of pesky insects -sacrificial death to save Wilber -cows eating!