Jason Lee, Samara Johnson, Kate Witt, Samara Johnson
Literary Devices: Samara Johnson
- Tone- He cried it too, and the grass beneath us was soft and the smell of the swamp was sweet.
- Symbolism- Such a name sounds good only on a tombstone.
- Imagery- The flower garden is prim, the house a gleaming white, and the pale fence across the yard stands straight and spruce.
Questions: Kate Witt
Q: How are Doodle and the Scarlet Ibis similar?
A: Doodle and the Scarlet Ibis are similar because they both pushed so hard that their bodies eventually gave up, leading both of them to death.
Q: How do you think brother felt when he realized Doodle was dead?
A: Probably guilty about pushing Doodle so hard, and wishing his pride didn’t get the best of him he might still have his brother.
Literary Device: By Graham Denman
- Theme – “and that doodle walked only because I was ashamed of having a crippled brother
This quote shows theme by introducing doodle and his disability to walk
- Personification – “summer was dead but autumn had not yet begun.’”
This show that summer has passed by saying summer had died
- Metaphor – “Songs seam to die up in the leaves a silvery dust”
This show how one thing is being spoken as something els