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The Foghorn. By: Juan, Nicholas and Sultan. Introduction. The name of this story is The Foghorn. Written by: Ray Bradbury and was written in 1951. C haracters : McDunn (The boss), Johnny ( Narrator) and the sea monster.

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The foghorn

The Foghorn

By: Juan, Nicholas and Sultan


The name of this story is The Foghorn.

Written by: Ray Bradbury and was written in 1951.

Characters: McDunn (The boss), Johnny ( Narrator) and the sea monster.

Setting: The setting of this story is mostly in a lighthouse during the night.

Literary features
Literary Features

Mood, Symbolism and Point Of View


  • Mood is the climate of feeling in a story. The choice of setting, objects, details, images, etc. It all contributes to the mood of the story.

Mood vs tone
Mood vs Tone


  • Tone is the author’s attitude, stated or implied, about a subject.


  • Symbolism refers to the use of a object to represent something else. Another thing or idea. Sometimes, symbols have multiple meaning.

Point of view
Point Of View

  • Point of view refers to who us telling the story and how it is told. It’s the way the author allows you to experience the story. There are 3 types of POV. 1st person, 2nd person and 3rd person point of view.

Forms of pov
Forms of POV

  • 1st person POV- when a character narrates the story with I, me, my, mine. You hear the narrator’s thoughts and see the world through his or her eyes.

  • 2nd person POV- The author uses you and your, and speaks directly to the reader, as if you were a part of the story. This is the most rare form of POV in literature.

Forms of pov continued
Forms of POV continued…

  • 3rd person POV- an outer looking in at the action.

  • There are two types:

  • 3rd person objective: the narrator does not assume a characters perspective, and its not a character in the story.

  • 3rd person omniscient: all- knowing narrator. The narrator knows what every character is thinking, feeling and doing.


  • Someone always waiting for someone who never comes home. Always someone loving some thing more than that thing loves them. And after a while you want to destroy whatever that thing is, so it can't hurt you no more.


  • 1. 4 teams

  • 2. 1 from each team come up

  • 3. A question is asked and the first one to hit the table has the right to answer

  • 4. Who ever gets the Question right, gets candy 