Storyboard part 1

Storyboard part 1

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  • The Right to the Streets of Memphis
  • I'm scared...
  • " There he is! "
  • The Right to the Streets of Memphis
  • He left us...
  • The Sniper
  • What have I done?!
  • In this story, Wright's mother asked him to get groceries and on the way to the store he was attacked by a group of boys. He became afraid of these bullies and was attacked during multiple attempts to get food. After the third attempt he finally stood up to those boys, this gave him more confidence and taught him a valuable lesson, which changed him for the better.
  • The Most Dangerous Game
  • This is wrong!
  • Throughout his story, another way Wright changed was him developing a new opinion of his father. His father left his family and after that event there was no one to provide food for them, so whenever Wright felt hunger, he associated that pain with memory of his father. This caused him to think of his father with a deep biological bitterness. This changed him both for the better and worse. 
  • The Necklace
  • I regret this...
  • In The Sniper, it is said that in the beginning of the story he was an expert at his job. He had the "gleam of a fanatic in his eyes" and " was used to looking at death" (O'Flaherty 1). Although at the end of the story it shows that he made an awful mistake of killing one of his fellow men by accident proving that his crave for justice and negligence lead to him changing for the worse.
  • The Necklace
  • I'm tired!
  • In this story, The Most Dangerous Game, Sanger Rainsford changes his opinion of hunting. He used to enjoy this but after playing a game with General Zarroff, he knew what it felt like to be hunted. This let him see things from the point of view of prey, thinking it was wrong. This new formation of opinion lead him to change for the better.
  • In The Necklace, Madam Loisel changes for the better. After lying to her friend about losing the necklace, she had to replace it, and in order to do that she needed loans. She spent several years doing heavy housework in order to save money which would help her pay off the debts. Maybe if she had just been honest with her friend, she could have avoided this fate. 
  • Another way Madam Loisel changed was in appearance. After all of the heavy house work she was required to do, she became to look old and tired.  I believe that this may have lowered her confidence and changed her for the worse.
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