All Summer in a Day by Nate Barrows

All Summer in a Day by Nate Barrows

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  • William was savagely angered by Margot. Savagely means that something happens in a mean way. One synoym is viciously. One antonym is nicely. Original sentence: He savagely slapped her in the face.
  • You're weird! Freak!
  • Why are you so mad?
  • Wow! The sun is just like Margot said! It's magnificent!
  • The climax of the story is when the sun comes out and the kids are excited.
  • The sun is like a flower. It is like a penny.
  •  The theme is to not judge someone's thoughts because they are different. An example would be when the kids judged what Margot said when she was different.
  • No it is not!
  • Little did they know, Margot was right about the sun.
  • Why do you think you remember everything? You are lying to me about the sun!
  • One external conflict in the story is when William pushes Margot because she does not fit in. It is external because it is a physical argument between two characters.
  • Why did you shove me?
  • The figurative language from the text is,"Turning their faces up to the sky and feeling the sun on their cheeks like a warm iron." The author used this to show how the sun felt on the kids. The meaning is that the kids felt heat from the sun on their faces, and irons are hot, so the author compared these objects.
  • The sun feels amazing on our faces!
  • The resolution of the story is when the children let Margot out of the closet. This is the resolution because it solves the main conflict of Margot being shoved into the closet.
  • We're all sorry for locking you in the closet. 
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