• anonymous
The Pomegranate Seeds
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e character from "The Pomegranate Seeds" whose story you plan to tell.  Character Name:   How would you describe this character? Why? Physical Appearance     Feelings     Attitude        What?  Conflict Character Conflict Experienced How does this character respond?             Where? Write some words or phrases that will help you describe the setting of your story. Where do the events take place? What does it look like there? What does it feel like there?  Organization When? Plan the course of events in your narrative.   Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Voice How? Think of how you would like your reader to feel after finishing your story. Brainstorm ways to use different literary devices to establish tone and emotion. List the literary devices you intend to use, and provide at least one example of each. Point of View: What point of view will you use in your story? Why did you choose that point of view?   Tone—What is the attitude of your story? Pace—How fast is your story going to move? Words to describe the tone:   How will you communicate that tone?   How do you want readers to feel after they read your story?     What pace fits your narrative:   Why?   How will you create that pace?

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