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“You Digging on my grave”. Heaven Leigh November 4 th , 2013 Mrs. Pugh. Thomas Hardy. Born in Stinsford, United Kingdom on June 2, 1840 Died in Dorchester, Dorset, United Kingdom on January 11, 1928 A Victorian realist Used the tradition of George Eliot Influenced by Romanticism,

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“You Digging on my grave”

Heaven Leigh

November 4th, 2013

Mrs. Pugh


Thomas Hardy

  • Born in Stinsford, United Kingdom on

    June 2, 1840

  • Died in Dorchester, Dorset, United Kingdom on January 11, 1928

  • A Victorian realist

  • Used the tradition of George Eliot

  • Influenced by Romanticism,

    especially William Wadsworth


Theme

  • Dog is Man’s Best Friend.

  • Not everybody will miss you when you’re gone


Plot

  • The person who has passed away is trying to figure out who is digging on her grave. Is it her friend, neighbor, pet, or enemies? Finally she realizes the reasons the people won’t miss her so she figures out it is her dog.


Characters/Speakers

  • The deceased person speaking trying to figure out who is digging on her grave

  • The dog letting her know that it is just him burring a bone.


Conflict

  • She is having a hard time figuring out who is digging on her grave


Resolution

  • She talks and figures out why the different people would not miss her then thinks about her dog who would miss her.


Memorable line


Three Questions

  • Why did the deceased person say her enemies would not visit her grave?

  • Why was the dog digging on her grave?

  • Did the dog miss her?

  • Did you think she had respect from anyone while she was alive?


Ideas/Interesting Facts

  • I find it odd that nobody would come visit her grave.


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