Storyboard Will Sulivan

Storyboard Will Sulivan
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  • wailed: to give a cry of pain, grief, or anger S: moan A:cheer
  • He wailed when he lost because he was so competitive
  • The sun came out 
  • Margot was different than the other children, but they learned that the sun really did come out, and that even though Margot was different, she didn't lie
  • One external conflict in the story Margot constantly being bullied by the other school kids
  • A thousand forests have been crushed under the rain, and grown up a thousand times to be crushed again
  • The author used this figurative language to show how heavy the rain was and how strong it was and how long it's been going.
  • The resolution is supposed to show that the kids realize the error of their ways and went to correct them. It could be interpreted as a symbolic message that the old Margot, who was being bullied and left out, is going into the closet, and then the new Margot, who I assume is now not being bullied, and resected coming out symbolizing the change
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