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  1. “The Interlopers” Cornell Notes, Part 1 Plot: the order of events in a story • Exposition: background details • Rising action: events leading up to the climax, growing in excitement and complexity • Climax: the high point or turning point • Falling action: events after the climax, winding down to the end • Resolution: the ending, where all loose ends are wrapped up

  2. Interlopers • For your Cornell Notes summary: How do the plot structure terms fit the story “The Interlopers”? Summarize the story using the plot terms.

  3. “Interlopers” Terms, Part 2 • Infer: to figure out from clues in the text • Mood: the feeling created in the story • Foreshadowing: hinting about what will happen later • Flashback: going back in time to tell about an earlier event • Irony: when a situation turns out the opposite of what is expected • Point of view: who is telling the story • 1st person—a character tells his/her own story • 3rd person omniscient—an all-knowing narrator outside the story tells it, giving the thoughts and feelings of many characters • 3rd person limited omniscient—a narrator outside the story tells it, following the thoughts and feelings of only one character

  4. The Interlopers • Why were Georg and Ulrich enemies? • How did the two men become trapped? • What do you think caused Ulrich to reconsider his hatred for Georg? • In what way are the two men still competing after they agree to be friends? • What do the two men think when they see the figures coming? What are the figures really?

  5. “The Interlopers” • How is Ulrich characterized? Give an example. • Where does a flashback occur in this story? • How does the author foreshadow that the story will end in violence or death? • What external conflicts does Ulrich face? • What internal conflict does Ulrich face? • What is the setting of this story? • How is the story ironic? • What point of view is the story written in? • What is the theme of the story? • Who can you infer are the “interlopers” in this story? Explain. How can it have a double meaning?

  6. Summary: Cornell Notes, Day 2 • What have you learned about analyzing short stories? Discuss some of the terms that you learned and how they apply to “The Interlopers,” giving examples from the story.

  7. Vocabulary 1. intruders; people who interfere in places or situations where they don’t belong 2. very steep 3. accepted something or agreed to it without necessarily talking about it; gave in 4. people who roam about and raid others to steal from them 5. worshipful, religious, virtuous 6. expressions of sympathy for someone who is suffering 7. serious determined efforts 8. weakness or weariness of body or mind 9. the act of becoming friends again after a disagreement 10. relief, aid, help

  8. Vocabulary List • interlopers (n.) p. 1, 3 • precipitous (adj.) p. 1 • acquiesced (v.) p. 1 • marauders (n.) p. 2 • pious (adj.) p.3 • condolences (n.) p. 3 • endeavors (n.) p. 4 • languor (n.) p. 4 • reconciliation (n.) p. 5 • succor (n.) p. 5

  9. interlopers (n.) p. 1, 3 precipitous (adj.) p. 1 acquiesced (v.) p. 1 marauders (n.) p. 2 pious (adj.) p.3 condolences (n.) p. 3 endeavors (n.) p. 4 languor (n.) p. 4 reconciliation (n.) p. 5 succor (n.) p. 5 “The Interlopers” Vocabulary 1. intruders; people who interfere in places or situations where they don’t belong 2. very steep 3. accepted something or agreed to it without necessarily talking about it; gave in 4. people who roam about and raid others to steal from them 5. worshipful, religious, virtuous 6. expressions of sympathy for someone who is suffering 7. serious determined efforts 8. weakness or weariness of body or mind 9. the act of becoming friends again after a disagreement 10. relief, aid, help Vocabulary