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The White Horse Of Alih (Analysis)

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The White Horse Of Alih (Analysis)

Post by Tan,Irah Janelle on Sun Jul 31, 2016 2:42 pm

Characters:
Alih- a moro who plans to kill the people.
Omar- older brother of alih
Lucy- first girl that alih liked
Imam- village priest
Fermina- christian girl who served drinks

Settings:
The story happened on july 4th in a city with a parade of people.

Theme:
Beliefs and faith of the filipinos

Complication:
Alih did not want to kill, but his brother taught him to kill people.

Conflict:
Everybody judged them and they want to revenged for their father who killed by the american soldiers. They thought killing people would be the best way to gain respect and they will be able to go to heaven.

Climax:
Omar was drunk and he's about to kill Fermina.

Rising Action:
He saw a girl in a float whom he thought about Fermina.

Falling Action:
Alih killed his own brother.

Literary Approach:
History Approach

Summary:
The story of the white horse of alih is about the beliefs and faith of the Filipinos. Omar and Alih kill people so they can they can have the revenged for their father who killed by the american soldiers. They also thought that killing people will gain them respect and wash away their shame. One day, Omar was drunken and Alih killed omar to protect Fermina.

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