Effects of Mass Media to Children

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A Charater Analysis of Raven in Ellen Schreiber’s Vampire Kisses


A Research Paper
Presented to the
Hight school department
Holy Angel University


Garung, Allen Laurence P.

Miranda, John Paul
Quinto, Jaymar
Manansala, Ivy Jill

Balajadia, Angelica
Kondo, Naomi M.
Candelaria, Carl

Mrs. Alberta Zingalaoa-Supan
02 March 2012

Controlling Purpose: to give the traits of Raven in Ellen Schreiber’s Vampire Kisses through a character analysis. 1. Introduction

2.1 Statement of the topic
2.2 Background of the author
2.3 Summary of the novel.
2.4 Definition of terms.
2.5.1 Character
2.5.2 Analysis
2.5.3 Character Analysis.
2. Body
3.5 Traits of Raven Curious Brave Friendly Vengeful Smart
3. Conclusion

The researchers would like to extend their haertfelt thankfulness to all of those who have extended their support in making this study possible.
First of all, to their parents for helping them financially, giving them moral support and encouraging them to even strive for this paper.
Secondly, to their English teacher Mrs. Alberta Zingalaoa-Supan, for her never ending patience, guidance and for explaining carefully what we need to know and improve to make our work less difficult and success.

Thirdly, to the librarians, for their help in assisting them in finding a book to help them finish the study.
The Researchers

Every novel has its own twist to make it unique even with the same genre, Vampire Kisses is an example of this unique yet exciting love story of Raven Madison, a gothic girl with a dream to become a vampire and Alexander Sterling her gothic vampire boyfriend, who has a dream to be normal or should I say human.

1.1 Statement of the topic
This research paper ics entitled “a character analysis of raven in Ellen Schreiber’s vampire kisses”. This study, that you’re about to read is made to give the traits of Raven, a vampire-obsessed Goth-girl, who is also the main character in the vampire kisses series.

1.2 Background of the auhtor
One of the national best selling author, Ellen Schreiber the author of the best selling series vampire kisses, accordint to the world wide web, she was once an actress, she attended a local university majoring in theatre and spent a summer in london at the royal academy of dramatic arts. When she returned from london she relocated to chicago where she lived for five years. There she graduated from the Second City Training and then she started performing, she was inspired to write by a book given to her by mark schreiber, who is the author of princes in exile, dreams of the solo trapeze and starcrossed and as she read the book she thought “I could do this”. After ‘johnny lightning’ was published,which was her first book, she joined a writer’s organization (SCBWI). Her work Vampire Kisses is an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age, and an IRA/CBC Young Adults' Choice. Her other works are teenage mermaid, comedy girl, Once in a Full Moon series and a vampire kisses manga which is entitled blood relatives and Graveyard Games. (http://www.ellenschreiber.com/bio.htm, 2010).

1.3 Summary of the novel.
The mansion on top of Benson Hill has stood empty for years. But one day it seems to be occupied, and its mysterious, handsome inhabitant Alexander Sterling becomes the source of much talk around town.  Raven, a vampire-obsessed Goth-girl who has always considered herself an outsider in "Dullsville," is determined to uncover the truth surrounding the secretive Alexander. As she gets to know him, and their spark intensifies, Raven finds herself in some...
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