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Member 1 Member 2 Member 3

Member 1 Member 2 Member 3

Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN A Project by: Member 1 Member 2 Member 3

Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN A Project by: Member 1 Member 2 Member 3

Main Characters: • Jacob • Marlena • August • Uncle Al Minor characters: •

Main Characters: • Jacob • Marlena • August • Uncle Al Minor characters: • Walter(Queenie) • Rosemary • Rosie(elephant) • Blackie • Camel • Barbra • Earl • Nell • Lucinda • Grady • Catherine Hale

Characters Scout Atticus Jem Boo Dill Bob

Characters Scout Atticus Jem Boo Dill Bob

Into the wild - Characters Chris Mc. Candless – Chris is the main character

Into the wild - Characters Chris Mc. Candless – Chris is the main character in the book into the wild, the book tells his story. Chris is a young man who hitchhiked to Alaska and walked alone into the wilderness, with nothing but items and food he scavenged or worked for along the way. He had given $25, 000 in savings to charity, abandoned his car and most of his possessions, and invented a new life for himself all for this adventure. Walt and Billie Mc. Candless - Walt and Billie are the parents of Chris, They play an important role in the story because their names come up a lot, they’re worried about there son going on this adventure, and try to contact him as much as possible, sometimes they’re out of luck. Chris talks about his conflict with his parents a lot, but realizes they still mean so much to him Chris Mc. Candless Wayne Westerberg – Wayne had been an important person to Chris, he gave Chris his first job at Carthage while he had been on the road to begin his adventure. Franz – Franz had been another very important character to Chris spent a lot of time with Franz to the point where Franz wanted to adopt him because he had lost his family, he helped Chris a long the way by driving him places and giving him items that could prove to be useful. Franz was heartbroken when Chris left to move on.

Point of view Narrator/written in point of view of… Scout (Jean-Louise) Finch

Point of view Narrator/written in point of view of… Scout (Jean-Louise) Finch

Setting. Maycomb County. Finches’ house. School. Courthouse. Radley house

Setting. Maycomb County. Finches’ house. School. Courthouse. Radley house

Point of view • First person point of view * Persona experience * Observations

Point of view • First person point of view * Persona experience * Observations • Third person point of view * Chris’s journey * People who contacted with Chris

Theme • Poverty • Loyalty • Forgiveness • Self Sufficiency

Theme • Poverty • Loyalty • Forgiveness • Self Sufficiency

General Appeal of Frankenstein - What’s Good? - What’s Bad? -Who would I recommend

General Appeal of Frankenstein - What’s Good? - What’s Bad? -Who would I recommend this to?

General Appeal “Troubling and beautifully written. ” – Member 1 “A powerfully original, heart

General Appeal “Troubling and beautifully written. ” – Member 1 “A powerfully original, heart wrenching story. ” – Member 2 “ “A truly extraordinary novel…a touching story that is as sad as it is joyous. Hoorah!” – Member 3 ” “Extraordinary. ” -Member 5 “A beautiful, brave, transformative book. ” -Member 4

Narrative Structure and Style No dialogue At times there could be chapters that could

Narrative Structure and Style No dialogue At times there could be chapters that could be 8 pages longs, however only one period was used in the entire chapter. Some chapters were writing as poems Not very organized, it was almost as though the author wrote whatever she felt like writing, whether or not it made sense, or was written with proper grammar The author would jump from the past to the present without any indication that she was actually doing so, which may be confusing to the reader. There were many random poems throughout the novel. At the parts where people were speaking, it was hard to tell if they were speaking or thinking because of the lack of dialogue.