George - Brian's Winter

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  • Exposition
  • ¨the gun broke!¨ pg 8
  • Confilct
  • "It's getting really cold and I need to prepare. "pg 44
  • Rising Action
  • "I can make the arrow more of a tip" pg 54
  • Brian is stuck in the middle of who knows where and he is all alone trying to survive when things are getting worse. The point of view is 1st person view because the book uses I, my, and me.
  • Climax
  • ''Yes, I killed the moose!"pg 80
  • Brian knows it is getting colder and he needs to prepare by hunting, making clothes, and fixing his place. He needs to stay positive and hopeful. This book is charater vs. nature because he is out in the wilderness.
  • Falling action
  • Brian is making a better bow to hunt, he had to find flint for the arrow head and wood for the bow and the other part of the arrow. He calls this bow the "war bow".
  • Resolution
  • " It's you-I wondered when you'd come by." pg 129
  • Brian shot a moose and now he can not only make clothes, but he has tons of food that he has to carry to his camp which means he has meat to last him a couple months and the fur can keep him warm during the night.
  • Now that Brian made his clothes and has enough meat to last him a couple months, he can explore the "wolf tracks" and see the things he had never seen. Brian is taking his bow and arrow with his knife just incase something happens.
  • "I'm going to check out the "wolf prints" to see what is going on." pg 128
  • Brian found a house outside with two dogs, two children, and one man! Brian was shocked to see other people in this place and he was excited.The man and him were going to check the camp out tomorrrow as they then walked inside for a warm cup of tea.
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