The Pedestrian Vs The Veldt Essay

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The Pedestrian vs. The Veldt
The Pedestrian | | The Veldt |
Author | | | Author | |
Title’s importance/Symbolism | | | Title’s importance/symbolism | |
CharactersCharacterization: What do the characters look like? Qualities, virtues / flaws? How do they speak? Attitudes, habits, behaviour, characteristics?Are the characters stereotyped or individualized?`Round´ (complex, many-sided) vs. `flat´ (one-sided, stereotyped) characters (= does the character change or develop? How?) What are the relationships / interactions between the characters? | Protagonist | Antagonist | | CharactersCharacterization: What do the characters look like? Qualities, virtues / flaws? How do they ...view middle of the document...

old-fashioned, etc.)?Lifestyle, norms, values | |
PlotBasic plot scheme: * Starting point (the initial situation)? * Conflict: what problems/complications arise? How do they arise? * The climax (confrontation, fight, …) * Resolution: Is / How is the conflict solved? * Happy or unhappy ending? * Open ending?The conflict: * What kind of conflict? `Inner conflict´ (the characters are struggling within themselves) or `relational conflict´ (the character is struggling with someone else) * Conflict between man and man? / man and nature? / man and society? / … * Causes of the conflict? * Is the conflict solved in the end? * Have things changed or not? | | | PlotBasic plot scheme: * Starting point (the initial situation)? * Conflict: what problems/complications arise? How do they arise? * The climax (confrontation, fight, …) * Resolution: Is / How is the conflict solved? * Happy or unhappy ending? * Open ending?The conflict: * What kind of conflict? `Inner conflict´ (the characters are struggling within themselves) or `relational conflict´ (the character is struggling with someone else) * Conflict between man and man? / man and nature? / man and society? / … * Causes of the conflict? * Is the conflict...

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