Last Leaf Literary Analysis
THE NAME OF THE STORY THE LAST LEAF
Literary Analysis Worksheet 2Literary Analysis Portfolio ProjectDirections: Follow the format established on this template and answer the following questions for each of the two stories assigned to you. Please use in text citations for direct quotes. – Use at least 3 direct quotes in the completion of this worksheet. – Answer each in at least 4 complete sentences!! “Title”:Author: Explanation of grading for the LAW: – If a student answers all the questions, providing examples and explanations (as demonstrated in the Sample Literary Analysis Worksheet), they will receive full “points.- If a Literary Analysis Worksheet receives a score higher than a 93%, the worksheet does not need to be revised.- If something is highlighted yellow, it means you didn’t answer it, so you lost points.Conflict:What are the internal and external struggles, questions, or problems that need to be resolved? How are they resolved?Characters:Describe the main characters, identifying the protagonist and antagonist. What is each character’s motivation? Are the characters realistic and believable? Why? Point of View:Who tells the story? Use the specific terminology. How does the choice of storyteller affect the story?Symbolism: What symbols are there in the story? Explain at least one.Literary Techniques: Briefly explain one of the following literary techniques in the story: irony, simile, metaphor. How does this literary technique add to the theme of the story? Give specific examples.