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“The Interlopers” Saki . Conflict is the struggle between the opposing forces on which the action in a work of literature depends. There are two major types of conflict:

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“The Interlopers”Saki


  • Conflict

    • is the struggle between the opposing forces on which the action in a work of literature depends.

    • There are two major types of conflict:

  • Internal Conflict-conflict within the character; character struggles with two opposing thoughts, feelings, beliefs, or needs

    man vs. himself

  • External Conflict – conflict occurs between two or more characters or between man and nature

    man vs. man

    man vs. nature

    man vs. society

Notes


  • IRONY

    • Irony is a special kind of contrast between appearance and reality- usually one in which reality is the opposite of what it seems.

  • There are three types of irony.

Notes


  • Situational irony- This is a contrast between what a reader or character expects and what actually exists or happens.

Notes


  • Dramatic irony- this is when you, the reader or viewer, knows something that the character does not know.

    • Example- In Romeo & Juliet we know that Juliet is not actually dead, but Romeo thinks she is and commits suicide.

Notes


  • Verbal irony- This is when someone says something, but means the opposite. Usually it is said in an exaggerated way, like saying “Great!” when something bad has actually happened. Can also be thought of as sarcasm.

“Enough," he said; "the cough's a mere nothing; it will not kill me. I shall not die of a cough.""True --true," I replied; "and, indeed, I had no intention of alarming you unnecessarily --but you should use all proper caution. A draught of this Medoc will defend us from the damps.”

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Comment

Restate Idea

“Quote”

Fact

Topic Sentence

Writing Assignment


  • A sentence with an educated opinion that can be made using details within a story

  • Do not begin this sentence using “I”

Comment


  • A sentence which states what the entire paragraph is going to be about AND it answers the question being asked of the story

Topic Sentence


  • A sentence that contains a true statement that can be found within the story.

Fact


  • A sentence that states the main point of the answer from the topic sentence but in a more powerful way.

  • Rewrite Topic Sentence and enhanced it.

Restate Idea


  • A sentence taken directly from the story to prove a point. It must support the fact and topic sentence.

“Quote”


  • Respond to the following statement in a fully developed paragraph using these types of sentences:

    Explain why the ending of “The Interlopers” is ironic.

Restate Idea

Comment

“Quote”

Fact

Topic Sentence

Writing Assignment


  • Topic Sentence: The ending of “The Interlopers” is an example of dramatic irony because the reader is aware of the presence of the wolves due to the picture.

  • Topic Sentence: The ending of “The Interlopers” is an example of situational irony because both the reader and the two main characters did not expect to be “saved” by the wolves.

  • Fact:

  • Quote:

  • Comment:

  • Restate Idea:


  • Topic Sentence: The ending of “The Interlopers” is an example of situational irony because both the reader and the two main characters believe they will be rescued but in the end they are attacked by wolves.

  • Comment:

  • Fact:can be in any order

  • Quote:

  • Restate Idea:

Topic Sentence


  • The setting of the forest is important to the plot of the story because it adds to the conflict between the two main characters.

  • In the story nature provides an external conflict that the characters have to overcome.

  • Both characters’ internal conflicts changed from the beginning to the end of the story.

  • Comment, Fact, “Quote”, Restate Idea

Choose a Topic Sentence: #1, #2, or #3


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