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the grinch

what is the setting? Whooville at Christmas.
what is the mood of the story? excited, joyful
what is person vs. society? the Grinch does not like Christmas when the who's celebrate. (it makes him angry)
what is a person vs. self conflict? the Grinch chose to return the things he took from the residents of Whooville.
who is the protagonist? the residents of Whooville.
who is the antagonist? the Grinch
what is the point of view? 3rd omniscient
whats an example of irony? when the Grinch takes the presents, he thinks they will not celebrate Christmas but the who's celebrate Christmas without presents.
what is an example of foreshadowing? when the Grinch makes the costume for the dog it foreshadows that he will try to steal Christmas
what is the theme? presents are not what is important part of Christmas.
Created by: wilbergranados