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Priscilla and the Wimps: STEAL for Priscilla
Transcript of Priscilla and the Wimps: STEAL for Priscilla
Thoughts are shown when the narrator says, inside his mind,
"Priscilla did her own thing and didn't notice Kluter's Kobras."
The narrator is showing that no one can be the boss of Priscilla.
Priscilla and the Wimps
STEAL for Priscilla
By Sara Fallah
Effects on Others
In the story, Priscilla never bothered anyone. The effect of her not bothering anyone caused other people to not be scared of her.
When Priscilla karate chopped a kobra's hand to release Melvin, it showed that Priscilla really cares about Melvin.
The narrator of the story describes Priscilla as big(tall and muscular), with enormous hands, and beautiful in a bionic way.
An example of speech in this story is when Priscilla says,
"Who's your leader, wimp?" She never heard of Monk
. This shows that Priscilla is courageous through speech.
STEAL stands for speech, thoughts, effect on others, actions, and looks. It is used for describing things indirectly. An example would be,
" Hey John, nice tux, I hope your date likes it."
That shows indirectly, and through speech, that John is going on a date.
What is STEAL?