The Scarlet Ibis Tyler Roth By James Hurst period 7
Get out of bed doodle
I don't feel well again, I'm sorry.
amid much flapping and spraying of ruffled feathers// A white veil come over its eyes
Sadness; and it's sad because its a story about a little boy who you know is gonna die. He lives through life weakly and is always expected to die. His physical state is really bad and it just makes you wish him to live but you know he dosent.
The word choice is actually pretty mixed it seems like they try and avoid talking about how he is supposed to die. But they do make sure they say it as a few words mentioned include Kill, Die, casket, caul baby, bleeding
Don't leave me, brother!
There is a lot of imagery used but I think the main remembered or use of injury is to describe the physical tolls presented in differant points of the story, like doodles death and blood, the bird and its broken legs, Doodle cant walk
Foreshadowing and persuasive. The author uses these styles kind of frequently as he predicts and talks about doodles death beforehand. he mentions and explains how he is weak and wasnt supposed to live. And then his mean brother who treated him badly was sad when he died. This is persuasion to me because it helps you think that delicate people should be treated nice
The theme of the story is to treat people who need delicate treatment delicately. There is many points where the narrotor or brother of the sick kid in the story is treated badly. This isn't right and it pushes him and hurts him to a point where when he dies he doesn't even have his brother near him because he got sick after abandoning him