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The Lovely Bones
Transcript of The Lovely Bones
George Harvey: Antagonist/Static
Jack Salmon: Dynamic
Lindsey Salmon: Dynamic
Ruth Connors: Dynamic
Ray Singh: Dynamic The Lovely Bones is written in first person. This is shown in the very first sentence, "My name was Salmon, like the fish; first name, Susie." (page 1). The external conflict in The Lovely Bones
is the struggle for finding the culprit to Susie's murder.
The internal conflict is in Susie's head. She struggles to let go of Earth so she can be in a peaceful afterlife. The Lovely Bones is a story written about Susie Salmon, a fourteen year old girl who gets brutally raped and murdered by her neighbor Mr. Harvey. In her afterlife, she watches her family grieve and watches society slowly forget about her. As Susie tries to let go of Earth and achieve a happy afterlife, her parents struggle to catch the culprit and remain a strong family. Paige Davidson Fiction Conflict Thematic Statement Favorite Quotation "Our kiss was like an accident- a beautiful gasoline rainbow." Recommendation I thought that this novel was mediocre.
This is meant for young adults with a good understanding of literature and the world. Accepting conflict helps you overcome it.