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Pyramus and Thisbe


Setting the story takes pace in Babylon, the city of Queen Semiramis, They tell me at the beginning of the story.
Theme that nothing can separate true love, only death can.
Person vs Person There is no Person vs Person conflict in this story.
Person vs Self A conflict when Pyramus thinks he arrived late when he noticed the bloody cloak and the paws of the beast, so he ended up plunging his sword on his side causing his death.
Point of view 3rd limited
Protagonist the protagonist is Pyramus & Thisbe, because they don't do anything else but to try to be together!
Antagonist Nobody is the Antagonist except for the parents that won't let them be together!
Indirect characterization (Pyramus) it said that he plunged his own sword into his side because he thought Thisbe was gone, so he would lose his own life for the person he truly loves.
Indirect characterization (Thisbe) Same as Pyramus, Thisbe saw him laying on the floor bleeding to death, she plunged it into her heart, She would also die for the person she truly loved.
Symbol the symbol of the story is the white Mal berry tree, it symbolizes the place where they were going to meet at and the place they died at.
Irony the irony when Thisbe saw the beast, she thought it was going to attack her but it really doesn't.
Created by: isaiarroyo