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Eyes of the Emperor
Transcript of Eyes of the Emperor
In the book Eyes of the Emperor the character, Eddy Okubo, joins the army and is discriminated because he is Japanese. All of the Japanese soldiers in his town are sent to an island to be used as dog bait. His friends, Chik,and Cobra are also sent on the mission as part of the army. Eddy lives with his mom, dad, and brother. Eddy's dad is outraged he joins the army.
By: Graham Salisbury
Platoon pg 95
Gangway pg 94
Nik S., Ryan K. Robert P., Celia M., Caitlin D.
Eyes of the Emperor
Stumbling pg 84
Drowning pg 84
Binoculars pg 82
Palmettos pg 194
Pronounce pg 176
Battered pg 164
Quartermaster pg 129
Experimental pg 124
Pictures of Pearl Harbor
Both were drafted into U.S. Army at age eighteen
Their Pops both worked for Tuna packer
Chik's real name is Nick Matsunaru
Chik is a smart allic
Cobra's real name is Takeo Uehara
Cobra is very strong
The conflict in this story is when all of the japanese soldiers wake up with guns pointed at them. All of the japanese soldiers are treated awful and are told if they mess up once they will be shot. The lieutenant, lieutenant Sweet is the meanest and most racist.
The conflict in this story increases when the twenty four japanese soldiers are awoken in the middle of the night and sent on an island to receive their jobs. Each soldier will be working with a dog. Their basic procedure is to hide and then when the dog is coming put horse meat on their throats and let the dog eat it off of them. Then things start to get worse, the dogs actually have to attack them when they have gear on.
The climax is the point in the story when the final test of the dogs is. The dog has to find and attack Eddy and not the americans. They all have to go and hide to see when the dog finds Eddy. The test is based on scent. The Americans think that the japanese people will have a scent and the dog is supposed to attack Eddy over the americans because of his japanese scent.
The falling action in this story is when the dog, doesn't attack Eddy, but an american man part of the testing. This means all of their work had failed but, they no longer need to be used as dog bait.
The resolution in this story is when the project is not a success and all of the japanese soldiers are sent to Japan to fight with the real soldiers.
This is a picture of Eddy Okubo
You, you, and you," he said, pointing to me, Chik, and Slim. "Take two shovels and a third of these sacks and go up there above the high-tide line and dig out a pit big enough for two men and a machine gun.
Do I have to tell you how to find the high-water mark?"
- Sweet pg. 76
The flare rocketed straight up, then arched over and fell slowly, shooting into the sea. But we were a long way from anyone who might see it.
-Eddy pg. 146
Tone, and written composition, is an attitude of a writer toward a subject or an audience. Tone is generally conveyed through the choice of words or the view point of a writer on a particular subject. Eyes of the Empire shows tone on page 7.
Using a quotation from an already published author that helps to prove a statement or to lend credibility to an idea is known as textual evidence. The visual description, done correctly, can also help to produce textual evidence. Imagery using textual evidence is used on pages 18 through 20 in eyes of the empire.
A comic, absurd, or incongruous quality causing amusements: the humor of a situation. Humor is used on page 30 of eyes of the empire.
Irony involving a situation in which actions have an effect that is opposite from what was intended, so that the outcome is contrary to what was expected. Situational irony was used on page 98.