The Man and the Snake

The Man and the Snake

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  • Protagonist
  • Setting
  • Imagery
  • Harold Brayton is a very smart scientist.  He is a round character b/c all we see is the smart side of him in the beginning and Towards the end, you see the fearful side of him.  He is a dynamic character b/c He changes how he acts throughout the story.
  • Suspense
  • The setting of the Story is in an old room with a bookshelf, bed, and an old chair.  It was in early 1900's.
  • Mood
  • "He saw, in the shadow under the bed, the coils of a serpent.  The points of light were its eyes!  Its head, which arose from the coils, was pointed straight toward him."   (PG 99)
  • Foreshadowing
  • "Brayton shook his head as he muttered, 'imagine a snakes's eyes having such power!  Ridiculous!'"
  • The mood of the story is mysterious, and creepy b/c You never know what is going to happen next. Also, Things happen differently than you thought they were going to happen.
  • This is an example of foreshadowing because later in the story harold is sucked into tthe spell of a snakes eyes and in the end he dies from it.
  • "The following is a fact, for many wise and learned people have reported it to be true... Whoever is drawn into its gaze will be unable to look away."
  • "Therefore NEVER stare into the eyes of a snake, or you will perish miserably by the creatures bite."
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