The Scarlet Ibis Story Board

The Scarlet Ibis Story Board

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  • Dynamic
  • "He was born when I was 6 and was, from the outset a disappointment."
  • "I began to weep, and the tear-blurred vision in red before me looked very familiar,"
  • Flat
  • "But mama, crying, told me that even if William Armstrong lived, he would never do these things with me."
  • Static
  • "What are you crying for asked Daddy."
  • In the beginning of the story, the narrator always wanted to change Doodle. He hated how he could never play or do anything. As the narrator said above, he was a dissapointment. But afterwards at the end, once Doodle had died. The narrator was upset, sad and grieving. The narrator realized how much he needed Doodle. Therefore he had changed throughout, the story. And became a dynamic character.
  • During this short read, I found that the mother was a very flat character. She never changed throughout the story and was clearly static. We know very little about her and throughout the story, she remains as the same, worried, hopeful mother, trying to help her son
  • I believe that both parents are very static characters. We know nothing about the character and who they are. We don't know anything about their history or any conflicts, they have gone through (other then Doodle.) Therefore telling us that both Dad and Mom are very static and not well known to the authors audience.
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