English Review Table 4.15

English Review Table 4.15 - Name of Text The Smallest Woman...

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Name of Text: The Smallest Woman in the World Plot Synopsis (Be brief yet descriptive) An explorer finds a small woman in Africa. Her story and picture are published in the newspaper, where it invokes various reactions of different people. Notable Features (give 3 Devices and tell Effect) Simile- used to compare Little Flower to a dog, which conveys the idea that she is not seen as human, even though she is. Instead, she is seen more as an animal. Metaphor- also used to compare Little Flower to an animal, so she is not seen as human. Characterization- Little Flower is described as precious, sweet, adorable, small, and warm, which seems to come across as her not actually have her own identity. The people talk about her as if she is a cute pet. Quotations (List a quotation to accompany each feature above) “She looked just like a dog” (90). “…that is the sadness of an animal, not of a human” (91). “She was smiling and warm, warm” (93).
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Name of Text: The Dinner Plot Synopsis (Be brief yet descriptive) The speaker is eating in a restaurant when he notices a man come in. For some reason, the man is interesting, and the narrator observes the man while he is eating and even when he leaves. Notable Features (give 3 Devices and tell Effect) 1 st perspective- indicates that it is completely from one person’s point of view,
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