Where Have You Gone Charming Billy Journal Question

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Where Have You Gone Charming Billy Journal Question Is there such a thing as

Where Have You Gone Charming Billy Journal Question Is there such a thing as being “scared to death? ” Give three examples of situations that are so frightening that they may cause intense fear.

Setting § 1970 Vietnam war § Jungle

Setting § 1970 Vietnam war § Jungle

Hint of the Problem § Paul Berlin is ashamed of his fear

Hint of the Problem § Paul Berlin is ashamed of his fear

Charming Billy Vocab § Primitive – existing in or from the time of the

Charming Billy Vocab § Primitive – existing in or from the time of the earliest humans § Silhouette – outline of a dark shape against a background of light § Diffuse - unfocused

Vocab continued § Conical – in a cone shape § Inertia – the tendency

Vocab continued § Conical – in a cone shape § Inertia – the tendency for an object set in motion to stay in motion § Casually - in an informal or unconcerned manner

Vocab continued § Consolation - act of comforting § Transparent - capable of being

Vocab continued § Consolation - act of comforting § Transparent - capable of being seen through § Execute - tot perform or carry out

Exposition (characters) § Paul Berlin – protagonist ( dynamic character) § Billy Boy Watkins

Exposition (characters) § Paul Berlin – protagonist ( dynamic character) § Billy Boy Watkins – static character does not change (he dies, but his DEATH is not a change in BEHAVIOR) § Toby- the soldier who helps Paul Berlin deal with his fear and panic ( static character)

Lit terms covered in CB § Protagonist – main character who undergoes a change

Lit terms covered in CB § Protagonist – main character who undergoes a change § Minor character – a character in the story who does not develop or change, (static) but helps to push the plot along

§ Internal conflict – person vs. self § External conflict - a force outside

§ Internal conflict – person vs. self § External conflict - a force outside the protagonist with whom he or she struggles

D. O. L. Oct. 16 th § Both Billy Boy and Paul’s perception of

D. O. L. Oct. 16 th § Both Billy Boy and Paul’s perception of the viet nam war was a gripping searing fear. § ( 2 punctuation 3 capitalization)