Flashcards in Symbolism Deck (33):
When I, me, and my are said in a story what point of view is it?
Why is first person narrator strong?
It shows all of a characters thoughts
Why is first person narrator weak?
You only get one persons thoughts
What is a third person narrator?
What is an omniscient narrator?
The perspective of and outsider, with everyone's thoughts
Which narrator is most reliable?
Which narrator types are outsiders?
Omniscient and third
What type of narrator is it in the birthday party?
You can tell it is third person in the birthday party because...
The narrator is not apart of the scenario
The narrator in the birthday party can be described as ___ because
Observant b/c they listened to the other peoples conversation
What type of narrator is there in the necklace? Why?
Third because it was an observer and it was written with I
When does the narrator in the necklace switch to a a different point of view? What point of view is this?
When he husband speaks of money, and omniscient
How would the necklace be different if told from Mathilde's point of view.
You would just get what she thought and she would make herself sound better
How would the necklace be different from Mr. Loisel's point of view
You would get his option of his wife
The scarlet ibis has what type of narrator? Why?
First because they say I and only show the narrators thoughts
Is the narrator reliable in the scarlet ibis?
No because he tries to make himself seem better than he actually is
Why is the title, scarlet ibis, symbolic?
Because doodle is the scarlet ibis, he is where he is not supposed to be
Why are the seasons symbolic in the scarlet ibis?
Because they show doodles growth, and show the destruction and prosperity of doodles life
Gloomily or resentful silent or respected. Dull or somber in sound or color
Having or exhibiting a lustrous rainbow like play of color caused by different retraction of light waves(as from oil slick, soup bubble, or fish scales) that tend to change as the angle of view changes
Clear and free of storms or unpleasant change: Marked by or suggestive or utter calm or quietude
Incapable of error. Not liable to mislead deceive or disappoint
A disease or injury of plants resulting in withering cessation the of growth, and death of parts without rotting something that impairs or destroys
Marked by stubborn determination
To repeat. To state or do over again or repeatedly sometimes with wearying effects
To determine from the perfection or wholeness, to obstruct, to inflict serious body harm on
Depending on the will or the pleasure of another. Dependent on uncertain conditions
Struck with terror, amazement, or horror, shocked
Hot coming within the scope of the law. Exceeding in intensity, quality, amounts, or the customary or appropriate limits
To flatter or admire excessively or slavishly
The act of harassing or to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to
To console, cheerless dejected, downcast