The Scarlet Ibis

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  • Tone
  • " I'm going to teach you to walk, Doodle,"
  • "I can't walk, brother,"
  •  Mood 
  • "Doodle!, Doodle!"
  • Brother's Character Traits
  • Hopeful: The scene is hopeful because the scene shows that Doodle's brother was always trying to make Doodle walk.
  • Doodle's Character 
  • Painful: The scene is painful because the scene shows that Doodle's brother is in pain when he sees doodle on the floor dead all covered in blood.
  • Theme
  • I say that doodle's brother is static because he doesn't change at all in the story his brother doodle is the only person who changes.
  • Figurative Language 
  • I say that doodle is dynamic because he changes. Doodle changes in the beginning  because he  was supposed to die in the beginning of the story but didn't.
  • Pride often leads to horrible consequences 
  • but the oriole nest in the elm was untenanted and rocked back and forth like an empty cradle. He used this simile to show the empty oriel nest. I lay there crying, sheltering my fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain.  He used it to compare doodle with the  scarlet ibis.
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