Reading Project part 2

Reading Project part 2

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  • "He came barreling at me and ran headfirst into my ankles," (19).
  • "I could see the little cogs going in his head as he tried to figure out how he could grab the new stick without relinquishing the old one." (54).
  • "He lay on the floor in the backseat with his head resting on the center hump, and I drove with one hand on the wheel and the other stretched behind me so I could stroke his head and shoulders. 'Oh, Marley,' I just kept saying."
  • Characterization: We learn that Marley is a big dog and he loves people.
  • "Marley dashed for the water, kicking sand all over us as he blasted off." (201).
  • Imagery: John describes what Marley is thinking.
  • "Maybe his fear of thunder had not been so irrational after all." (193).
  • Theme: I think the theme of Marley & Me is love and family.
  • Grogan, John, and Anne Collins. Marley & Me. Pearson Education Limited, 2012.
  • Foreshadowing: When John let Marley off his leash he didn't think about what might happen.
  • Motif: I chose thunderstorms as my motif because it always pops up here and there and Marley does not like them.
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