Scarlet Ibis

Scarlet Ibis

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  • The Scarlet Ibis
  • Tone
  • grief
  • Word Choice
  • sadness
  • hustle
  • James Hurst
  • Imagery and Detail
  • The family at the beginning of the story was showered with grief and fear. They were put with the thought of their son dying, ready for him to leave them without him collecting memories of his own life.
  • Style
  • The author uses descriptive wording to show how the characters are feeling, without telling you but with showing them the emotion they are feeling. Dead, graveyard, hustle, sadness. These words are descriptive for the reader to understand what is going on and how they are feeling.
  • Theme
  • The author uses descriptive words to show what the scene looks like. This doing it was easier for the reader to "see" what is happening. "He seemed all head, with a tiny body which was red and shriveled like an old man's." This simile is showing what the child looks like, giving the reader a picture in their head.
  • The author uses descriptive throughout the story. He describes how the characters feel about the situation. Using this, it helps the reader picture what the author wants them to visualize.
  • Never stop having the strength for yourself, even when others give up on you.
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