The fall of a city The fall of a city conflicts Person vs society They looked pretty much like paper
dolls to me. Paper dolls and doll houses. An eleven year old boy. The next thing we know youll be wanting us to put skirts on youPage 133 Person vs. person* they aint dolls Dont get saucy now, mister. I know paper dolls when I see
themPage 133 *Could not find good person vs person pictures resorted to dogs and cats Person vs self He bent and seized the cardboard palace. Gritting his teeth and grunting, he tore at its walls. The corrugated board was sturdy; he was crying by the time he finished tearing it to shredsPage 133
Significance of tile His majesty king Theodor , emerged on the balcony of his winter palace in Theodoreburg. Through the square bel0w rode squadrons of lancers, dragoons, and hussars, batteries of horse artillery, behind them marched regimentsPage 130 The city was as he left it. Yet everything had changed "page 133
Narrative point veiw Third person The story is told by a narrator who is not a participant in the story. It has pronouns like he his they them Even when its his thoughts there is no I just teddy thought or teddy had found. Themes
Gender stereotypes Child hood imagination/creativity Literary Devices in The Fall of a City By Katrina Cearns
Imagery Outside rain fell with such violence that great, pulsating sheets of water seemed to hang suspended between Earth and sky. (130) he was so deep in thought that his pork chop tasted no different from his whipped cream and jello.(131) Foreshadowing Sombre gray eyes glinted in Teddys pale,
triangular face. (130) Yes, they were paper dolls. There was no King Theodore, no Emperor Kang, no Theodoresburg, no Upalia, no Danova. There was only an attic full of preposterous cardboard buildings and ridiculous paper people.(133) Hyperbole The next thing we know, youll be wanting us to put skirts on you!(133)
He just about lives up there, doesnt he?(132) Personification If the Upalian army crossed the Tabelian marshes, they might succeed in encircling the Danovans (131) King Theodore watched his army march out to give battle to the enemy. (131)
The Plot of : The Fall of a City By Katrina Cearns Introduction/Exposition In the centre of the room stood a fort and a palace, painstakingly constructed from corrugated cardboard cartons.(130) From the turreted roof of the palace, hung a green, white and gold tri-colour, the flag of the
kingdom of Upalia (130) Inciting Incident/Inciting Force He sighed. This was his aunt, shouting from the foot of the stairs. Teddy! He opened the door. Yeah? he called sulkily. Come down here this minute and get ready for supper! How many times do I have to call you?(131)
Rising Action/Complication His aunt glared at him. Dont say huh when you answer me. Look what youve done! Youve spilled cream all over yourself. (131) Crises His uncle gave him a disdainful look. He just about lives up there, doesnt he? Yes. I think its about time that one of us went
up there and found out what hes been doing. (132) Major Crises They looked pretty much like paper dolls to me. Paper dolls and doll houses. An elevenyear-old boy! The man choked, trying to restrain his laughter. The next thing we know, youll be wanting us to put skirts on you! (133)
Climax He bent and seized the cardboard palace. Gritting his teeth and grunting, he tore at its walls.(133) Conclusion The corrugated board was sturdy: he was crying by the time he finished tearing it to
shreds.(133) Characters Protagonist, and other characters. Protagonist Character traits of Teddy Creative: Quote: Their two dimensional bodies
scissored from paper, their faces and clothing drawn in crayon and lead pencil. Page 130 ImaginativeQuote: Hes got his head in the clouds again. His uncle laughed. His round, florid : face reflected on his resemblance to Zikla, Duke of Anders. Page 132. Quote: They look pretty much like dolls to
Misunderstoo me. Paper dolls and doll houses. An elevend: year-old boy! Page 133. Alone: Quote: He spent most of the afternoon in the attic. He just about lives up there, doesnt he? Page 132.
Other Characters Teddys Aunt: She doesnt understand why Teddy stays in the attic often. She finds it funny how he plays with paper dolls. Although, she seems sympathetic near the end of the story. Teddys
Uncle: Laughs at Teddys enjoyment of the city hes created. Always seems to push Teddy around. Insists that Teddy should be wearing skirts. Echo in the Story Loss of Innocence.
This links to the story because Teddy is told what he should be doing, instead of what he wishes to do. Is told that paper dolls and doll houses arent for him. His aunt and uncle cause him to totally destroy his city.
This also means that he doesnt believe that he can always dream for himself, nor could he be a dreamer. Quote from the story: [SOURCE] http://i498.photobucket.com/albums/rr341/ cowgirl9768/boy-child-child-abuse-crying-hurtmean-Favim_com-59971-1.jpg
He bent and seized the cardboard palace. Gritting his teeth and grunting, he tore at its walls He was crying by the time he finished tearing it to shreds. Page 133. Sources - Elements of English 10
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