Drag the tiles to the boxes to form correct pairs. david sedaris's essay "our perfect summer" appeared in the june 16, 2003, issue of the new yorker. match each element of sedaris's essay to an element of a narrative essay. tiles time setting plot geographical setting conflict characters pairs the writer and his mother had always talked about the family buying a second home like the rich people they knew. the writer grew up in raleigh, north carolina, and his emerald isle in the summers.
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Time Setting: in the 1960s, the writer wad a teenager
Plot: The writer's parents planned to buy a second home by the beach, but his father changed his mind and installed a bar in the basement instead.
Geographical Setting: The writer grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina, and his family visited Emerald Isle in the summers.
Conflict: The writer and his mother had always talked about the family buying a second home like the rich people they knew.
Characters: The writer lives with his parents and two sisters
Time Setting is the time where the story takes place.
Plot is the main idea of the story and it relates to all the events in it.
Geographical Setting is the place where the story takes place
Conflict is the struggle between to opposite forces, it could be situations or characters.
Characters are any person animal or object that interacts and forms part in a story.
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in the first part of the story running is all that matters to squeaky. running gives her confidence and defines who she is. at the beginning of the story she says that other kids call her mercury because she runs very fast. in the text she refers to herself as "miss quicksilver".
the line that provides the best evidence that squeaky has self-confidence is
" and i continue with my breathing exercise, strolling down broadway toward the ice cream man on 145th with not a care in the world cause i am miss quicksilver herself".