To what mercy lead us? By Melanie

Melanie Cruz
Mind Map by Melanie Cruz, updated more than 1 year ago
Melanie Cruz
Created by Melanie Cruz about 4 years ago
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Description

Sometimes we judge without seeing what can others may been suffering of. We need mercy!

Resource summary

To what mercy lead us? By Melanie
1 Setting
1.1 Place
1.1.1 Gas Station
1.1.2 Hospital
1.1.3 Jack's House
2 Characters
2.1 Eliza

Annotations:

  • (Secundary) Jack's daughter, which has a horrible disease 
2.2 Jack

Annotations:

  • (Protagonist) Eliza's father, is unemployed, lost his wife in an accident. He is afraid that her daughter die.
2.3 Patricia

Annotations:

  • Owns a company and several gas stations. She belief that every one deserve a second for make things right.
2.4 Dr. Berríos

Annotations:

  • The doctor that is taking care of her patient, Eliza
3 Atmosphere
3.1 Sadness
3.2 Afraid
3.3 Hapiness
4 Mood
4.1 Faithful
5 Theme
5.1 Mercy
6 Point of View
6.1 omniscient narrator(third person)
7 Plot
7.1 Exposition

Annotations:

  • Jack's daughter has been diasgnosed with a horrible diasease.
7.2 Rising action

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  • Jack does not have the money that Dr. Berríos told him, which he needs for Eliza's treatment.
7.3 Resolution

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  • The Eliza got his treatment and got better. She gets to know Patricia. Jack kept his work on Patricia's company and he gets promoted to a better position in his work and he starts to know better Patricia.
7.4 Falling action

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  • Patricia gets touch by Jack's story and she offers him a job.
7.5 Climax

Annotations:

  • Jack is attempting a robbery at a gas station but Patricia stop him.
8 Conflict
8.1 Jack does not have the money for Eliza's treatment
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