Initiation Storyboard

Initiation Storyboard

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  • Simile
  • This basement is dark and warm, like the inside of a sealed jar
  • Personification
  • Get up, gopher
  • something about her tone is annoying, it's almost malicious
  • Symbol
  • He was small and jolly with a ruddy, wrinkled face that spread into a beaming smile as Millicent aproached
  • This is a simile telling that the warmness and darkness of the basement is comparable to the warmness and darkness of a steal jar (page 1)
  • Symbol
  • This is characterization of Bev making her out to an unsympathetic character (page 5)
  • Theme
  • The author is directly describing the short jolly man, helping the reader predict and imagine how this man likely acts
  • Quote
  • "And nothing docs, Millicent had thought. How horrible it would be if one never changed. . if she were condemned to be the plain, shy Millicent of a few years back for the rest of her life. Fortunately there was always the changing, the growing, the going on."
  • " I know, but even so," Tracy had said quietly, "you'll change, whether you think you will or not. Nothing ever stays the same."
  • Through Millicent's thoughts, the author describes the Heather bird. The heather bird symbolizes the freedom and pride that comes with earning your own acceptance in your own way (plath 9)
  • "Millicent thought of the heather birds. strong and proud in their freedom and their sometime loneliness."
  • Again through Millicent's thoughts, the author summarized the overall theme of the story, which was that Millicent wanted to be accepted, to "fit in" similarly to how all of the sparrows fit in with each other. She learned over the course of the story that she wanted to find her own unique form of acceptance from others, similar to the Heather-birds (plath 9)
  • "Outside, the sparrows were still chirping, and as she lay in bed Millicent visualized them, pale gray-brown birds in a flock, one like the other, all exactly alike.Millicent thought of the heather birds. strong and proud in their freedom and their sometime loneliness."
  • This quote is actually an integral part of the story as it reveals that Millicent was, and likely will be a dynamic changing character. It foreshadows a shift in her personality later in the story (plath 2 )
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