Test #5 – The “LOST” Brother Wilfrid Story
The Book Without Words leaves a lot to the reader’s imagination. Here’s where you get to use yours to fill in a blank. You’ve been asked to write a short narrative, a story. Your story should be between 500 and 750 words. Anywhere you can, I want you to incorporate the five senses (to Show not Tell, more examples, and more examples -LoginID:student1000/Password:student).
You must be able to show me
- (1) a rough draft that you wrote,
- (2) the fact that someone (other than yourself) proofread it
- (3) a final draft (posted below)
What does every short fiction story have?
- A plot (help on plot 1, help on plot 2, help on plot 3)
- Rising Action
- setting(s) [help with setting 1, help with setting 2],
- Mood is delivered through the Setting
- character(s)[help with characters 1, help with characters 2]
- Tone is delivered through the Characters
In class you were asked to:
Re-read the monk’s tale (in Chapter 3 Section 16) about The Book Without Words and how the book came to be in Thorston’s possession.
Where do you think Brother Wilfrid spent the intervening years? Imagine.
- Imagine . . . how he must have searched for Thorston,
- Imagine . . . where he must have gone and
- Imagine . . . what he must have had to endure.
Post your story below . . .
You do not have to post comments/discussion on this one.
THIS ASSIGNMENT IS CLOSED. IF YOU HAVE NOT POSTED THIS ON TIME, BUT WOULDLIKE TO SHARE YOUR WORK WITH THE CLASS ANYHOW, POST IT TO THE STUDY HALL.