E2 shortstories ashes

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  • 1. ““Ashes”Ashes” by Susan Beth Pfefferby Susan Beth Pfeffer Literary Terms
  • 2. Quick WriteQuick Write It is better to be a dreamer or is it better to be practical? Explain your answer.
  • 3. CharacterizationCharacterization-how the-how the author develops aauthor develops a character in the story.character in the story. It happens directly & indirectly through 5 methods:It happens directly & indirectly through 5 methods: Methods: 1. Speech 2. Thoughts 3. Effect on others (how others view him/her) 4. Actions (behavior) 5. Looks (physical appearance)
  • 4. FoilsFoils- characters who are- characters who are opposites in the storyopposites in the story Famous examples: 1.God and Satan 2.Beauty and the Beast
  • 5. SymbolSymbol-a person, place,-a person, place, or thing/object thator thing/object that stands for somethingstands for something else, something moreelse, something more than itselfthan itself
  • 6. RepetitionRepetition- a technique- a technique in which a sound, word,in which a sound, word, phrase, or line isphrase, or line is repeatedrepeated
  • 7. Open EndingOpen Ending - the story- the story ends without any “clear-ends without any “clear- cut” resolution orcut” resolution or explanation of whatexplanation of what happenshappens Example: MacKenzie opened the door and she screamed……