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The Invisible Man By Ralph Ellison American Literature II Assignment

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Short fiction planning activity Use the short story planning guide (in files) to create a plot line for a short story. This will be included as part of your final creative writing project, but you do not need to actually write the story if you chose not to, just plan. Once you have your plan, upload the file here. Feel free to be creative! This is a pass fail activity, meaning that if you fully develop your original ideas and answer all the questions, you will get full points. Topics: Cather, Willa Death Comes to the Archbishop Ellison, Ralph The Invisible Man https://bpi.edu/ourpages/auto/2010/5/11/36901472/Ralph%20Ellison%20%20Invisible%20Man%20v3_0.pdf Bellow, Saul The Adventures of Augie March Hammett, Dashiell I prefer the bolds one The Maltese Falcon Short Fiction Planner 1. What is the point or idea you want to leave your audience with? ________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 2. What type of conflict is best? (man v. man, self, or greater force) (circle one) 3. Describe in detail the main character _________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ 4. Where and when does the story take place? ____________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 5. What background does the reader need to know (if any)? ________________________________________________________________________ 6. Do you plan to provide the background at the beginning or as a flashback during the story? __________________________________________________________________ 7. How do we meet the main character? _________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 8. Who (or what) is the antagonist? If the antagonist is a force, how will you depict that? _______________________________________________________________________ 9. What is the inciting incident (that creates the protagonist’s problem?) ________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 10. What is the rising action? Create at least 4 events that complicate the problem ________ _______________________________________________________________________ 11. What is the climax? _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 12. What does the protagonist decide at this moment? _______________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ 13. What is the falling action? Create at least 2 events _______________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 14. What is the moment of last suspense? _________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ 15. What (if given) is the denouement? ___________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ...
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The invisible man, by Ralph Ellison
Short Fiction Planner
1. What is the point or idea you want to leave your audience with?
I want the readers to understand that too much obsession about something is dangerous.
2. What type of conflict is best? man v. self
3. Describe in detail the main character
The main character is Griffin, the invisible man. He is expressed as a stranger, who is an
albino wrapped in bandages from head to toe. He was brilliant both in school and in life
but he was short tempered, selfish and cunning. He was a committed and hardworking
young scientist who was determined to find out invisibility. Hid determination led him to
make rash and poor decisions such as stealing his father’s money, burnt his landlord’s
house and also robbed from people. He is manipulative, obsessed and irresponsible.
4. Where and when does the story take place?
The story is takes place in in New York City, Harlem, in the 1930’s
5. What background does the reader need to know (if any)?
The reader needs to know that the Griffin was a brilliant chemistry and physics student,
who stole his father’s money to begin his...

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