Briar Rose Wombat
1. He uses Similes -
"Plunging like red flood water"
This gives the effect of the wombat plunging down at a very fast speed. 2. He uses Metaphors -
"Ha there! Old pig, old bear, old bristly and gingery"
This gives the effect that he thinks he is a good old friend with the wombat. 3. Onomatopoeia -
Thumps, Trembling, Thud
This is used to make more of your senses being used when reading the poem 4. Repetition -
"Old pig, old bear, old bristly and gingerly."
This is used to emphasise what the writer is trying to convey. Briar Rose
5. Yolen takes readers through holocaust Gemma mystery , Yolen uses techniques of a fairy-tale analogy and flashbacks to show Gemma as “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma”. 6. Becca is a modern day heroine, gentle kind, loving, Portrayed as Cinderella surrounded by nasty and evil sisters, sees Stan as modern day prince. Gemma and Becca share red hair and same facial features, “ Becca touched her own springy red locks and smiled, she and Gemma the family roses” . 7. The structure of the novel (Home, Castle, and Home Again) gives a sense on beginning middle and end, intentionally used to help highlight central themes of power of storytelling, story of sleeping beauty, mainly the way it’s presented to reveal tragedy of the holocaust. Becca goes on quest to find grandmas past and finds briar rose metaphor for holocaust. 8. Most significant story of briar rose is Josef Potoki which illustrates another theme of heroism ,quotes that precede Josef have dark and gloomy negative quality which demonstrates truth behind fairytales and especially truth behind Gemma’s Briar Rose “Once we have accepted the story we cannot escape the stories fate.
9. Breaking through the social constraints within society Billy Elliot and the ‘I Am Woman’ by Helen Reddy. "Boys do football, soccer, wrestling, not friggin ballet"- These challenges are emphasized...
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