The Scarlet Ibis

The Scarlet Ibis

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Storyboard Text

  • Tone 
  • You got to learn to walk.
  •  I'm sorry Brother I can't do it
  • Mood
  • I want to kill you.
  • Brother's Character Traits 
  • Do you want to learn to walk or not Doodle.
  • The Tone is  serious because this scene shows how Brother wants Doodle to walk.
  • Doodle's Character Traits
  • The mood threatening because Brother wants to kill him because he wasn't born the way Brother wanted him to be.
  • Theme
  • Wake up!!!
  • Brother is a static character because he stays the same throughout the whole story, he doesn't change because he forces Doodle to walk.
  • Figurative Language
  • Doodle is a dynamic character because he forces himself to  walk and always  keeps changing because he doesn't just stay in the cart he learns to walk and at least run at the end.
  • I have to keep trying.
  • Hope occasionally ends in tragedy.
  • Simile: When he fell, I grabbed him in my arms and hugged him, our laughter pealing through the swamp like a ringing bell.  Metaphor: For a long time, it seemed forever, I lay there crying, sheltering my fallen scarlet ibis from the heresy of rain. The author used them to express the feelings of the characters.
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