Story Mapping

Topics: Narratology, Climax, Fiction Pages: 5 (769 words) Published: August 16, 2013
Project in English

* How my Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife
* The Witch
* Harvest
* The Wedding Dance

Submitted By: Alyssa Pelayo

Submitted To: Ms. Rubie Lyn Palma

Date of Submission: February 15, 2013

How my Brother Leon brought Home a Wife

By Manuel E. Arguilla

I- Setting

* Time: It happened in daytime.
* Place: The story took place in the field and Leon’s house.

II – Characters

* Protagonist: Leon, Noel and Maria
* Antagonist: Baldo

III – Plot

* Beginning: She stepped down from the carretela of Ca Celin with a quick, delicate grace. She was lovely and tall. She looked up to my mother with a smile, and her forehead was on a level with his mouth.

* Rising Action: When Brother Leon turned Labang into the open gate and we dashed into our yard.

* Kind of Conflict: Man vs. Man

* Climax: When they thought that they would crash into the camachile tree.

* Falling Action: Brother Leon reined in Labang in time.

* Conclusion:

* IV – Theme: The theme is all about love and family.

* V – Point of View: Third Person

* VI – Moral Lesson:

The Witch

By Edilberto K. Tiempo

I – Setting:

* Time: It happened during daytime.

* Place: The story took place in Minggay and Tio Sabelo’s house in Libas.

II – Characters

* Protagonist: Tio Sabelo

* Antagonist: Minggay

III – Plot

* Beginning: When I was twelve years old, I used to go to Libas to visit my favourite Uncle Tio Sabelo, the head teacher of the Barrio School there.

* Rising Action: Those who had done her wrong never escaped her vengeance, in the form of festering carbuncles, chronic fevers that caused withering of skin or a certain disease.

* Kind of Conflict: Man vs. Man

* Climax: He passed by Minggay’s hut scared and shaken when he saw Minggay peering behind the window.

* Falling Action: Minggay helped him to catch some shrimps.

* Conclusion: He believed that Minggay is really a witch.

IV – Theme: The theme is “It is a superstitious story that is not true.”

V – Point of View: First Person

VI – Moral Lesson: Don’t judge a person base on their looks.


By: Loreto Paras-Sulit

I- Setting

* Time: It happened during late in the afternoon sun.

* Place: The story took place in the rice field and Vidal’s house.

II – Characters

* Protagonist: Vidal, Fibian and Tinay,

* Antagonist:

III – Plot

* Beginning: He first saw her in his brother’s eyes. The palay stalks were taking gold in the late afternoon. They were losing their trampled, wind-swept look and stirring into little, almost inaudible whispers.

* Rising Action: To avoid the painful silence that would surely ensue, Vidal talked on whatever subject entered his mind.

* Kind of Conflict: Man vs. Man

* Climax: I have no desire to marry her or anybody else just for five carabaos. There he had spoken at last what a relief it was. But he do not like the way his brother pursed his lips.

* Falling Action: He avoided his brother from that morning on. For one thing he do not want repetitions of the carabao question, involving milip. For another there was the glorious world and the new life open to him by his work in the master’s house.

* Conclusion: He watched Fabian cleaning his face and arms and later wondered why it took his brother that long to wash his arms.

* IV – Theme: The theme is all about two brothers having opposite temperaments.

* V – Point of View: Third Person (All-knowing)

* VI – Moral Lesson: The moral lesson in the story is that whatever problem, struggles in our life.

The Wedding Dance
By: Amador T. Daguio
I- Setting

* Time: It happened during night time.
* Place: The story took place in the house of Lumnay.

II – Characters

* Protagonist: Lumnay, Awiyao
* Antagonist:

III –...
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