Chains

You shout it out,
But I can't hear a word you say
I'm talking loud not saying much
I'm criticized but all your bullets ricochet
You shoot me down, but I get upI'm bulletproof, nothing to lose
Fire away, fire away
Ricochet, you take your aim
Fire away, fire away
You shoot me down but I won't fall
I am titanium
You shoot me down but I won't fall
I am titaniumCut me down
But it's you who'll have further to fall
Ghost town and haunted love
Raise your voice, sticks and stones may break my bones
I'm talking loud not saying muchI'm bulletproof, nothing to lose
Fire away, fire away
Ricochet, you take your aim
Fire away, fire away
You shoot me down but I won't fall
I am titanium
You shoot me down but I won't fall
I am titanium
I am titanium

I am titanium

this shows disagreement witch is in the story chains

                                                          Ten difficult vocabulary words

* Comfrey: Coarse Eurasian Plant

* Intemperate: Excessive indulgence in alcoholic beverages  

* Chit: A term for a bug

* Elixir: A medical potion

* Pestilence: something that is harmful to living things

* Passel: a group or lot of indeterminate number

*Pallet: a bed or mattress of straw.

*Reprimand: to reprove or rebuke severely, in a formal way

*Addled: to become confused.

*Muster: to assemble (troops, a ship's crew, etc.) for battle

dynamic and static character.    

Dynamic: Isabel because in the book see is constantly changing emotions

Static: Her owners because they will always think of her as a slave

Internal, External Conflict

An internal conflict is Isabel when she is trying to leave and she is fighting herself to see wants to leave. An external conflict is the society she lives in because they don't care about her

Biography Of Author

Laurie Halse Anderson was born on October 23, 1961 in Potsdam, a very cold, cold place in Northern New York State. It was and still is close to the border of Canada.She was born Laurie Beth Halse. This would be a good place to clear up the matter of the pronunciation of her name, because it is, after all, her name, and she is weary of hearing it mangled by well-meaning people. Halse rhymes with waltz. Not hal-see. No, no, no, no. Halt-z. If she could have anything she wanted, it would be world peace. But if she could have a second thing, it would be having people say her name correctly.

Figurative Language

Hyperbole: "the ancient slave that worked the water pump" (82)

Metaphor: "I am a bookcase, I am a piece of furniture." (89)

Simile: "The blade was sharp enough to slice through a joint of beef like it was butter." (53)

bibliography


http://perioda-readingguide-chains.wikispaces.com/Figurative+Language

http://madwomanintheforest.com/laurie/

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