Friday Dec.16 Reading Log#7-Plot
Into chapter 6 Hazel and Gus are on a picnic during the after noon on a sculpture. This scene is important becuase it is when Gus uses his wish to anounce the possibility for them both to go to Amsterdam to visit both Hazel's and Gus's favorite author of the book An Imperial Affliction. In this scene it does not create any conflicts or complications. This scene also does not show both of the characters characteristics. And it does not show any theme of a Universal lesson or truth about life. Also, When Gus announces this great news that they are both going to Amsterdam she becomes overwhelmed with excitement that she is finally going to met her favorite author after she has already used up her unuseful wish.This scene takes place in rising action when the author of the book An Imperial Affliction invites them both to go to Amsterdam to explain the ending of his book. In the book is states," But I also have an interest in meeting Peter Van Houten, and it wouldn't make sense to meet him without the girl who introduced me to his book"(89). In other words since Gus also has the interest of meeting his recomended author by Hazel he thinks both of them should since Hazel is more interested in finding answers and she was the one who recommended his book to Gus. To finish off I think Hazel and Gus will find answers.
Friday Dec. 16 Reading Log#6- Plot
Further on to chapters 3-4 in the book The fault in our Stars Hazel and Gus are beginning to know each other more by reading each others favorite book and sharing both of their perpectives about the two different types of books.This is happening when hazel was talking about her favorite novel to Gus while on the other hand Gus decided to show her his favorite novel while they where both in the basemet. In chapters 3-4 this scene is so important becuase they ware getting closer to each other by ther perspectives on each others favorite book. In this important scene it does not create complications nor does it create conflict between the two. This is an important scene becuase it shows more of the characteristics of Hazel's after she had finised the book she got from Gus. In addition, this is also an improtant scene when Gus's character has more characteristics after reading Hazel' book. Both Hazel and Gus character react to this scene by getting to know each others character more. Exposition is taking place in the scene when Hazel and Gus both have the same character before the action begins to start. According to the story the fault in our stars it states,"Then I'd better hang up and start reading"(52). In this quote is shows that Hazel and Gus are getting along through both of thier books. To finish off i think that Hazel and Gus will become more than just best friends.
So far chapters 1-2 in book The Fault In Our Stars the main characters are Hazel, Isaac, Augustus. In this book the role of Hazel who is 16 and she is not able to breath due to her lack of lungs so she has to carry an oxygen tank to provide for her to breath. Another character is Isaac who is 17 has to ability to see for know, but further on to chapter 2 he is getting ready to have surgery on his eyes due to the other fake eye causing problems of vision. One last character is Augustus who is 17 and he has cancer in his bone. So far in chapters one and two Hazel, Isaac, Augustus have been static. They are all static becuase they don't act and do things in different ways. The author John Green of the book The Fault In Our Stars it states,"My name is Hazel.I'm sixteen. Thyroid with mets in my lungs.I'm okey"(11). This demostrates that hazel's role in this story is to have the problem throughout this story.
Reading Log#4- Universal Theme
The universal theme in the story Charlie and The Chocolate Factory is exploration and Multiple perspectives. From beginning to the end of this novel the character as many multiple perspectives not just with his family,but has been through an exploration throughout the whole tour of the chocolate factory. The theme statement means when Charlie heard about the reopening of the chocolate factory and the five golden tickets he explored if he did have a chance of getting a ticket, while on the other hand he is haveing multiple perspectives of his parents and grandparents telling him their is no chance for him getting a ticket with having a poor family. can go through many explorations with having many things
Reading Log #3- Plot
When Mr. Willy Wonka decides to let five children into his factory who ever can find the five golden tickets into five separate chocolate bars. And when all the tickets have been found except their is still one more golden ticket to be found. Which is found by the poor boy Charlie Bucket who finds the last golden ticket. This scene is important because it leads the character into the famous chocolate factory by Mr. Willy Wonka. Their is still no conflict or complication from the beginning of the story till know. Charlie reacts by running home and making a scandal in this scene when he finds the last golden ticket through a Wonka bar. The plot structure takes place through rising action when Mr. Willy Wonka announces though the newspapers that he will reopen his doors to the five lucky winners of finding the golden ticket through the Wonka chocolate bars. Charlie desperately hopes he finds one of the golden tickets to have a chance to go to the famous chocolate factory and met Mr. Wonka. According to the story it states," Charlie went on wolfing the chocolate. He couldn't stop"(28). This shows that Charlie did not know if he was going to win a ticket he just ate the chocolate happily. In the story it states," Charlie picked it up and tore off the wrapper . . . and suddenly . . . from underneath the wrapper . . . there came a brilliant flash of gold."(28). This shows that Charlie did not believe what he had saw in the chocolate bar and he was just seeing things. What will Charlie do with the golden ticket if he does have it?
Thursday Reading Log #2
As I continue to read on to chapters (4-7) the same characters are still there Charlie and his grandpa Joe from chapters 1-3, but more characters are include such as Augustus Gloop who is a nine year old fat boy whose hobby is eating. In this book his role is being one of the five to find the Golden ticket to go into Wonka's Factory. Another character is a small, spoiled girl named Veruca Salt. In the book her role is to be one of the five to find the Golden ticket and go to the marvelous chocolate factory. These two new characters are important because its what leads to the finding of the tickets and how they are going to be going to Mr. Wonka's factory. So far the characters from chapters 1-7 have not changed. To prove my point that Augustus has not changed so far is according to the book it states," He eats so many chocolates a day that it is was almost impossible for him not to find one." Another character who has not changed from her role so far is Veruca to prove this according to the book it states," My little Veruca got more and more upset each day, and every time I went home she would scream at me, "Where's my Golden Ticket! I want my Golden Ticket!"
September 22nd, 2016
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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