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  • I hear noises!
  • Then they both hear noises. They both get excised, thinking that it is their men.
  • Is it my men!?!?
  • NO, WOLVES!
  • They then find out that it is wolves and that they will surely be someones' supper.
  • Hi I'm your guest narrator all the way from outer space,Rodger, and this is my co-host Linda
  • Is it that you shouldn't argue because you'll end up under a tree dead?
  • Well, kind of, you shouldn't argue because it wastes precious time being angry instead of being nice.
  • Hi Rodger. Now on to the questions, what have we learned from this story?
  • Examples Of Figurative Language?
  • How about that use of imagery? "Georg, who was nearly blinded with the blood which trickled across his eyes."
  • A personification example from story: "A fierce shriek of the storm had been answered."
  • Of course we have Irony when Georg and Ulrich finally become friends and then they die.
  • Hey Linda, How about we give the folks at home the definition of naturalism, and how it it is used in the story.
  • Or when the wolves come and eat them.
  • An example of this is when a tree branch breaks and the two main charterers are stuck underneath it.
  • Well Rodger, naturalism is when nature plays a key role in a story's plot.
  • We return to a cabin, where right in these very woods Georg and Ulrich meet an untimely death.
  • Oh Rodger your such a kidder there's no such things as ghosts.
  • If you listen closely you you can still hear the screams of two men's ghosts haunting anyone who dares to poach on their land.
  • Right, there's "TOTALLY" no such things as ghosts. Ha,ha, ha, ha!
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