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How does Rudyard Kipling develop and contrast different characters’ points of view?

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How does Rudyard Kipling develop and contrast different characters’ points of view?

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  1. How does Rudyard Kipling develop and contrast different characters’ points of view?

  2. In this lesson you will learn how the author develops and contrasts different characters’ points of view by analyzing their dialogue.

  3. “RikkiTikkiTavi” This the story of the great war that Rikki-tikki-tavi fought single-handed, through the bath-rooms of the big bungalow in Segowlee cantonment. Darzee, the tailor-bird, helped him, and Chuchundra, the muskrat, who never comes out into the middle of the floor, but always creeps round by the wall, gave him advice, but Rikki-tikki did the real fighting. • 1 main character: • Rikki-tikki – • mongoose • 2 supporting characters: • Darzee - tailor • bird • Cuchundra - • muskrat

  4. Point of View • 1st person = I • 2nd person= • you • 3rd person = • character’s • names • he/him, • she/her, • they/their “RikkiTikkiTavi” This the story of the great war that Rikki-tikki-tavi fought single-handed, through the bath-rooms of the big bungalow in Segowlee cantonment. Darzee, the tailor-bird, helped him, and Chuchundra, the muskrat, who never comes out into the middle of the floor, but always creeps round by the wall, gave him advice, but Rikki-tikki did the real fighting.

  5. Point of view can also mean a character’s perspective or particular attitude. I’m positive I’ll pass the test, since I practiced so much. I don’t care if I pass it.

  6. Reread and notice the dialogue • between two characters. 1 • Ask, “What does the dialogue show • about the characters’ thoughts and • feelings?” 2 Analyze this dialogue by asking, “How does this affect the characters’ points of views?” 3

  7. Reread and notice the dialogue • between two characters. 1 "Don't kill me," said Chuchundra, almost weeping. "Rikki-tikki, don't kill me." "Do you think a snake-killer kills muskrats?” said Rikki-tikki scornfully. "Those who kill snakes get killed by snakes,”saidChuchundra, more sorrowfully than ever. "And how am I to be sure that Nag won’t mistake me for you some dark night?” "There's not the least danger," said Rikki-tikki; "but Nag is in the garden, and I know you don't go there.” "My cousin Chua, the rat, told me—" said Chuchundra, and then he stopped. "Told you what?" "H'sh! Nag is everywhere, Rikki-tikki. You should have talked to Chua in the garden.” "I didn't—so you must tell me. Quick, Chuchundra, or I'll bite you!”

  8. Ask, “What does the dialogue show about the characters’ thoughts and feelings?” 2 Chuchundra (almost weeping): "Don't kill me.” "Rikki-tikki, don't kill me." Rikki-tikki (scornfully):“Do you think a snake-killer kills muskrats?” Chuchundra (sorrowfully): “Those who kill snakes get killed by snakes. And how am I to be sure that Nag won’t mistake me for you some dark night?” Rikki-tikki: “There’s not the least danger, but Nag is in the garden, and I know you don’t go there.”

  9. Analyze this dialogue by asking, • “How does this affect the • characters’ points of views?” 3 • Chuchundra: • almost weeping • sorrowful • Rikki-tikki: • scornful

  10. How does Rudyard Kipling develop and contrast different character’s points of view? Rikki’s point of view is that Chuchundra has nothing to worry about because he won’t go out into the garden, but Chuchundra has been told by his cousin, Chua, that Nag is everywhere, so he is in danger from his point of view. The contrast between these two characters is apparent through the dialogue between the two with Rikki’s character showing bravery and Chuchundra’s character showing complete cowardice.

  11. Reread and notice the dialogue • between two characters. 1 • Ask, “What does the dialogue show • about the characters’ thoughts • and feelings?” 2 • Analyze this dialogue by asking, • “How does this affect the characters’ • points of views?” 3

  12. In this lesson you have learned how the author develops and contrasts different characters’ points of view by analyzing their dialogue.