Character Analysis: Quest Narrative In A Dialogue Script

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Unit-5-HU200-Draft Quest Narrative in a Dialogue Script Style Dialogue Script My quest narrative will be in a dialogue script style, which I will be discussing, with a very good friend of mine, Ms. Cindy Blake. In the dialogue script, I will include the highs and the lows of this quest narrative, along with insights into why and what kept me moving toward accomplish this very important goal in my life. CINDY: Hello Carolyn, how have you been doing these days? CAROLYN: Just GREAT. CINDY: Why such a GREAT feeling? CAROLYN: I have made a very important decision in my life and I feel like the, “angels in heaven are looking and smiling down on me” because I have decided to continue to pursue my career as a, future, new-hire, early childhood educator, receive my Bachelors’ Degree in Early Childhood Development at Kaplan University. CINDY: I had to do some serious thinking about pursuing my educational career as well and as a result, I’ve finally finished and received my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Early Childhood Education at Ashford University and now I am a permanent teacher at the Head Start Child Care Center, I have been employed with for quite a few years now. WHEW!!! I’m glad I have; finally, accomplish that very important goal in my life.…show more content…
All American: Glossary of Literary Terms (n.d.) states that, “a dialogue is the conversation between two characters in a drama or narrative” In addition, a dialogue gives literature work a smoother and conversational flow, between two characters, making it more readable, understandable and enjoyable for the reader follow. “The1imagery concept was used to create “mental images” in the reader’s mind to help the reader visualize more realistically” (Literary-Devices, 2010). I use the imagery concept, “angels in heaven are looking and smiling down on me”, to describe to the reader how it feels when a person is led by the Holy Spirit to pray a specific prayer and the prayer is answered, the Holy Spirit will give that person an unction in the inner pit of her belly, letting her know the prayer that she asked God to answer, has been answered. This type of work from God is also referred to as a confirmation from God giving that person, “The A. O. K.” to pursue his/her

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