Blues ain't no mockin Bird storyboard by Kenyon smith

Blues ain't no mockin Bird storyboard by Kenyon smith
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  •                           irony
  • conflict
  • Sarcasm
  • "that boy don't never have anything original  to say" 
  • "they're makin movie picture"
  • "they're makin movie pictures"
  • the man say "we thought we'd get a shot or two of the house and everything  and then--" "good mornin"  Granny cut him off and smiled that smile. while this sounds claim Granny means the opposite.
  • theme
  • when Cain house is attacked by the hawk seeking revenge for it's died mate.
  • Symbolism
  • "that boy don't never have anything original  to say" say cathy the grown-up. the author is being sarcasm in this line when she said "cathy the grown-up".
  •                                      Allusion
  • theme is to respect towards others. Both granny and Cathy tell story's about people invading others lives and just making them worse. The lesson would be that people should think of how other people will feel about their actions and not be so inconsiderate.
  • the hawks where a symbol for Granny and Grandaddy Cain
  •  cathy use's a Allusion the Goldilocks : the children's story
  • cathy talking about goldilocks
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