why be happy when you could be normal
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Why be happy when you could be normal

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 10

Why be happy when you could be normal - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 58 Views
  • Uploaded on

Why be happy when you could be normal. Structure Analysis. Luca Soardo. CL . 5B. INTRODUCTION. Frame of the plot: Events not told in chronological order ; Story based on emotional facts ; True nature of the facts ; Development of a personality ; Order of the facts :

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Why be happy when you could be normal' - paulos


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
why be happy when you could be normal

Whybe happy whenyoucouldbenormal

StructureAnalysis

LucaSoardo

CL. 5B

introduction
INTRODUCTION

Frame of the plot:

  • Eventsnottold in chronologicalorder;
  • Story based on emotionalfacts;
  • True nature of the facts;
  • Developmentof a personality;
  • Orderof the facts:
  • Followemotional impactSyntax & Morphology:
  • Quotations;
  • Flashbacks;
  • Flashforwards.

Information

  • JanetteWintersonwrites a memoirewhereshehas a positive judjmentabout Manchester, the city whereshewasborn.Itisdedicatedtothreeimportant people forher; eachonecontributedto create the nowadaysJanetteWinterson:
    • ConstanceWinterson - adoptivemother;
    • Ruth Randell – literarymother;
    • Ann S. – biologicalmother.
5 w question
5-W – Question
  • Who? JanetteWinterson
  • Where? - settingManchester Accrington
  • What?Developmentof the writer’s personality
  • When? Childhood – Adulthood–Nowadays
  • Why?Findthe “boat”
slide4

STRUCTURE

  • The novelismade up by:
  • 15 chapters
  • An intermission
  • A coda

1st Chapter: Itintroduces the story to the readers.

  • THEMES
  • Duringherchildhoodshefeltas the girl of “The wrong crib”.
  • Difficultiesofadoptedchildren.
  • Relationshipwithherparents.
  • 2 ndChapter: Itdealswith the descriptionof the writer’s birth city: Manchester: Everybody’s placeof birth isfundamentalforour future life.
  • THEMES:
  • Manchester in the 60s and the developedalong the years.
  • Reflectionsaboutlife.
slide5

STRUCTURE

  • 3rd Chapter: Shewiteshowhermotherusuallyreads the Bible and criticizesher vision of life
  • Themes:
  • Importanceofreligion
  • 4th Chapter: The reader in thischapterunderstandshowmuchbooks are importantforJeanette.
  • THEMES:
  • Effectof the books on people
slide6

STRUCTURE

5th Chapter: The narratorstartstalkingabouthername and remembersmomentsspentthere.

  • THEMES
  • Janettememoriesofher house-life
  • 6 thChapter: Janettereflects on love and her report with the church
  • THEMES:
  • First painfull love
  • Church and society
slide7

STRUCTURE

7th Chapter: Informs the readeraboutAccrington

  • THEMES
  • Hopeofescape
  • 8th Chapter: Shecompares the contrastbeetweenmother’s opinion and Janette’s omosexuality
  • THEMES:
  • Omosexsuality
  • Forbidden love
slide8

STRUCTURE

9th Chapter: Itintroduces the story to the readers.

  • THEMES
  • Duringherchildhoodshefeltas the girl of “The wrong crib”.
  • Difficultiesofadoptedchildren.
  • Relationshipwithherparents.
  • 10° Chapter:Shespeaksaboutuniversity.
  • Aftershesuffered a lotduringher life Janette can frequentuniversity
slide9

STRUCTURE

1st Chapter: Itintroduces the story to the readers.

  • THEMES
  • Duringherchildhoodshefeltas the girl of “The wrong crib”.
  • Difficultiesofadoptedchildren.
  • Relationshipwithherparents.
  • 2 ndChapter: Itdealswith the descriptionof the writer’s birth city: Manchester: Everybody’s placeof birth isfundamentalforour future life.
  • THEMES:
  • Manchester in the 60s and the developedalong the years.
  • Reflectionsaboutlife.
slide10

STRUCTURE

1st Chapter: Itintroduces the story to the readers.

  • THEMES
  • Duringherchildhoodshefeltas the girl of “The wrong crib”.
  • Difficultiesofadoptedchildren.
  • Relationshipwithherparents.
  • 2 ndChapter: Itdealswith the descriptionof the writer’s birth city: Manchester: Everybody’s placeof birth isfundamentalforour future life.
  • THEMES:
  • Manchester in the 60s and the developedalong the years.
  • Reflectionsaboutlife.
ad