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The Golden Kite

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setting The story is set in China in the old times where technology had not yet existed. It is also described to be in a desert area where the two towns inhabit
theme The fact that the mandarins resolved in working together and building walls that complemented rather than brought down each other supports this theme.
irony The Mandarin and his daughter shared a strong relationship, though not necessarily loving. In this story, the daughter dominates her father by giving him advice and orders, instead of the other way around.
personification Death swam in the wetness of an eye ... Death cannot swim
point of view 3rd limited
protagonist Mandarin
symbol power/ability to stop or control power
person vs person the 2 villages disagreed with each other
person vs society the people of the village complain about the Mandarin rebuilding the wall
Created by: daltonwalters