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somebody's son

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setting at the side of the road, a narrow high way
mood the mood was depressing because the little boy ran away from his parents, because his parents wanted to take him to collage but the little boy said he wasn't ready for it, so he ran away.
theme the theme was that he would come home if his dad permitted it.
conflict the problem was that he had nowhere to go, rather then stay on the streets and roam.
internal conflict he was lonely, had nowhere to sleep, & no food
person vs self it was a difficult decision because he wanted to experience life before going to collage, he wanted to work instead of studying.
external conflict external, when he was walking down the road alone, while cars passing by without stopping to ask him if he needed help or anything
plot the plot was that he ran away to get more free time to himself
exposition it says that he's stairing down the road, & that Dakota plains are empty.
narrative hook the main problem was that he ran away, and the conflict was that his dad doesn't let him come back home
rising action its when he's in the train going home to his house but he is still no convinced if his dad will let him go back home
climax the climax is when he goes home & see's that his dad did tie a white cloth to the apple tree, not just that one tree but to all of them, meaning that he does want him to come home.
falling action is when he see's the stuff his dad did for him
conclusion the conclusion is when he makes up with his dad
Narrator the little boy that ran away, he is the one telling the story
Tone the authors attitude is depressing for the decision that he made
point of view 1st person, david is in the story
1st person the David telling the story is part of the story
3rd limited David
3rd omniscient
1st person the David telling the story is part of the story
3rd limited David
3rd limited David
major the main character is david
3rd omniscient the good guy is the man who gave david a ride
3rd omniscient theirs mom, dad, David, the man who gave him a lift heading home
characters theirs mom, dad, David, the man who gave him a lift heading home
characters theirs mom, dad, David, the man who gave him a lift heading home
major the main character is david
minor
antagonist i'd say it's his father for not wanting to come back home
protagonist the good guy is the man who gave david a ride
minor
antagonist i'd say it's his father for not wanting to come back home
major the main character is david
minor david does not change at all
indirect characterization david writes a letter to his mom apologizing to go back home
dynamic character the father changes in the story because at first he doesn't want his son back but at the end he does.
protagonist the good guy is the man who gave david a ride
static character david does not change at all
antagonist i'd say it's his father for not wanting to come back home
minor
dynamic character the father changes in the story because at first he doesn't want his son back but at the end he does.
static character david does not change at all
indirect characterization david writes a letter to his mom apologizing to go back home
direct characterization
1st person the David telling the story is part of the story
3rd limited David
3rd omniscient
characters theirs mom, dad, David, the man who gave him a lift heading home
major the main character is david
protagonist the good guy is the man who gave david a ride
antagonist i'd say it's his father for not wanting to come back home
minor
dynamic character the father changes in the story because at first he doesn't want his son back but at the end he does.
static character david does not change at all
indirect characterization david writes a letter to his mom apologizing to go back home
direct characterization
1st person the David telling the story is part of the story
3rd limited David
3rd omniscient
characters theirs mom, dad, David, the man who gave him a lift heading home
major the main character is david
protagonist the good guy is the man who gave david a ride
antagonist i'd say it's his father for not wanting to come back home
minor
dynamic character the father changes in the story because at first he doesn't want his son back but at the end he does.
static character david does not change at all
indirect characterization david writes a letter to his mom apologizing to go back home
direct characterization
symbol the white cloth tied to a twig represents that the father wants him to be home
irony
foreshadowing at the begining it said that he doesnt know where he will be at next, he has no destination
flashback
simile
metaphor
personification
Created by: isaiarroyo
 

 



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