A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words

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Literature Club is an entertaining way to experience classical books with friends. Critical reading skills are a product. One tool that increases critical reading and thinking is to analyze a character’s heart.

A writer uses words to show a picture that’s worth a thousand words.
Working in reverse, a reader gets to know a story more intimately by analyzing the heart of a character.
Here’s an exercise for you.
What do you know about this character based on the picture?
Is she good?
Is she evil?
Is she magical?
Where is her world?
Is she of this world?
What characteristic about her forms your opinions? 
Please share your opinion. What kind of character is this?
  • good
  • trickster, identity reveal at the end of the story.
  • evil
  • I’ll describe my interpretation of the character in the comment box below

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  1. Erika Wright says:

    I think by day she is a Luna Moth. By night she takes a human form and rules as Queen of the Moth world. She lives In a silken tent deep inside a clump of Queen Anne’s Lace. She must always take her human form before days end because Luna moths have no mouth and only live one day.

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