This box shows symbolism. In the story on pages 33 and 34 the "stones" could be represent hatred for one another or violence.
This box shows different images. Some of the images in the story that are represented above were, "Clean white shirt and blue jeans" on page 28. There was also, "faded house dresses and sweaters" on page 26.
Let's stone her!!
In this box we are looking at a figure of speech. The story uses a thing called colloquialism. This one represents the one on page 28. She says, "clean forgot".
The tone of the story was very neutral. So in this box I used a scene from page 27 that just describes what goes on with the box every year. It talked about how they switched from wood chips to paper.
There were definitely some major themes. In this box though, I use the one that is, "just because something is a tradition, doesn't mean it's right". So when they stone the lady, that isn't a really civil way to take care of a problem.
The last box is imagery believe it or not. On the first page we read, page 25, we start out the story with, "fresh warmth of a full summer day". That really gives me an images of what the setting is like.