This story 's Author: Elizabeth George Speare had been happily born on November 21st, 1908, in Molrose, Massachusetts. Though she sadly died in November 15th, 1994 one of the books she wrote in her life was The Witch of the Blackbird pond. The main character of the story is Kathrine but she goes by Kit, she is young and very wonderes girl with a rich grandpa. Only to lose both her wealth and her grandpa because of the death of her grandpa. She sadly had to move because of her grandpa 's death. Kit had to sell the property to move to America to live with relatives who thought she was just visiting. Kit had to leave her home by a boat called the Dolphin all the way to America. There the story begins with its main setting,being Wethersfield. The story begins with Kit, Kit is young and new to being so poor. Katharine 's life takes place in 1886,through some bad events: consequently also known as her …show more content…
Kit meets Hannah through all of her sadness when Mr.Wood told her she could not keep most of her cloths and must look poor"for God." Some of the other events are Kit loses all her wealth and her grandfather so she moves to Wethersfield. When at Wethersfield she meets a lady named Hannah who everyone in town believes to be a witch. Then Hannah helps Kit with wise words and makes her feel better when she loses some of her fancy clothes from her bags because of Matthew Wood. After all the events near the end of the story Hannah skips town,ordinarily do with people believing she 's a witch. Throughout all my reading I found my favorite part. It was on page 97 In this event Kit meet Hannah the Witch by the Blackbird pond, it was during her time in need too. She was so lost in thought because, she had a problem with her new life, and Hannah helped her even though she did not know Kit. And that is why it 's my favorite part of the book. It was helpful to Kit and made her feel like she wasn 't alone in the
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The Witch of Blackbird Pond is a great historical fiction book set in the late 17th century following the story of 16 year old Kit Tyler starting when she comes to the colonies from Barbados after her grandfather’s death. She quickly learns that her fiery personality and upbringing conflicts with the town of Wethersfield’s environment. Soon, Kit finds herself being courted by William Ashby, a rich and influential town member and her cousin, Judith, pursues John Holbrook, a divinity student. After failing to help her other cousin Mercy teach children reading Kit meets a Quaker woman named Hannah Tupper, a supposed witch. A terrible disease plagues the youth of Wethersfield and the townsfolk attack Hannah claiming she cursed the town; Hannah
This novel is based on loyalty and how to stick to people you care about the most. In the novel, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, it incorporates how the author, Elizabeth George Speare, shows Kit’s loyalty throughout the book. The Witch of Blackbird Pond is a historical novel where it shows Katherine Tyler, a teenage girl, going through Puritan life and having to give loyalty to other people. Based off of, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, Kit is most loyal to herself, the Wood family, and Hannah Tupper throughout the novel.
Some people that believe Hannah is starting to except where she is living. For example when Hannah talks to girls her age they say “So your Lublin Chaya.” Hannah doesn’t argue with anyone when they say she is from Lublin. I know this is not true because Hannah is still rejecting where she is living. While she was talking to Shmuel she said “I’m not from Lublin, I’m from New Rochelle.”
When she is in the gas chamber she dies from the gas and wakes up in a bed in her aunt Eva’s house. The character 's are a lot alike. Hannah is a caring person in the movie and book. In the movie Hannah takes Rivka’s place to die in the gas chamber just so Rivka could live, and in the the book Hannah told stories, that she had heard before, to the people in the camp to calm them so that they weren’t as afraid.
Essay 1 Every year about a third of what the world produces is wasted. This equates to 2.9 trillion pounds of food. The wastage comes from our homes, restaurants, and even the farmers who produce it. Food wastage is an epidemic with dangerous outcomes; from deforestation to the draining of our fresh-water bodies, the population is in trouble.
Hannah has to remember anything and everything. Why? Remembering is a huge part of this story and is represented largeley in many different ways. Passover is an extremely important holiday to the Jewish religion. According to Hannah’s mom, it's all about remembering.
Many times people take things for granted. For example, we think since food is always provided to us we shouldn’t be thankful for it, or for pure drinking water or even for our freedom. Most of society receive this benefits, and we assume everybody gets them too, unfortunately that is not the case. Not all people can afford these privileges. We may not perceive them as that on the contrary, we think of them as needs, and fortunately for us we can afford to enjoy them.
We have to run!” Though Hannah had only met all of the villagers less than a day ago. Shmuel, Gitl, Yitzchak, and the other children and adults were no better. Hannah certainly could have ran away and saved herself when no one was paying attention. Additionally, Hannah keeps trying to inform other prisoners of the future.
This makes the themes of belonging and family even more prominent. Foreshadowing is used within these flashbacks, as the events that occur in these begin to mirror those happening to Taylor. Readers discover that Hannah has also struggled with belonging, as in chapter 14 Hannah (Narnie) speaks of how she doesn’t know what to do since Webb’s disappearance. This foreshadows Taylor’s journey, as losing those close to her resulted in her lack of self-belonging.
Hannah was a very hard worker and by working night and day she became very good at playing the piano. Hannahs talent was shown in the story when it was said that “[she] was playing the music of Beethoven and Liszt with proficiency’’(1). Therefore all these statements show that Hannah was a very devoted ignorant and hard working girl at the start of the
First of all, Hannah doesn't want to go to the Seder dinner since she thinks it is unimportant. When Hannah was with her family at the Seder dinner, she got to open the door for the prophet, Elijah. When she opens the door she gets transported back through time and meets Shmuel and Gitl. Shmuel is getting ready for his wedding and his engagement to Fayge. When they are on their way to the village to celebrate, they see vehicles parked outside the entrance and the village are empty.
At the start of the story she is just around the house contemplating of how her life is. She moves up and down to ensure everything is in order before her mother-in-law arrives. After ensuring everything is properly arranged, she goes to the station to go pick her mother-in-law. On
Polly soon begins to wonder if she is to old fashioned and independent and that her friends feels the same way as the other people who look down on her, she beings to think about this after the day she passed Tom and Trix and Tom did not say hello to her. Even the ladies in Fanny’s sewing circle tease poor Polly, she knows she is an outcast to ladies and does not like going because the ladies talk and gossip about things she does not understand and she finds it unpleasant when they deliberately call her old