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Create a short story using all you have learned so far in the unit.  Include arc

Create a short story using all you have learned so far in the unit.  Include archetypes,  literary elements,   figurative language,    and academic vocabulary words you learned in      the course to shape your story.  What is the setting, plot, characters, etc.  How will you use  figurative language such as metaphor and alliteration?  What type of characters will you   include?  Ensure that you also demonstrate a clear point-of-view such as omniscient,        limited omniscient, third-person, narrative, or first person, within your story. 
Your short story should include a title, and be a minimum of 1 page and a maximum of 5  pages in length. Please submit a typed paper, using Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, and      double-spaced lines (please space your lines).
Vocabulary Words:
righteous, limited omniscient, objective, treaty, host, peril, archetypes
foreshadowing, theme, traitor, betrayed, conflict, hermitage
narrative point of view, narrator, first-person point of view
third-person point of view, omniscient
Spake
Definition: Spoke
Sage
Definition: very wise
thane
Definition: a free man who is in service to a medieval lord
guise
Definition: a costume or disguise
harried
Definition: bothered
untamed
Definition: wild
folklore
Definition: the traditional stories of a culture
blood-feuds
Definition: long, violent disagreements between two families or groups
abounds
Definition: has a large amount
fiend
Definition: an evil creature
bairn
Definition: child
moor
Definition: a large area of open land
girt
Definition: prepared for action
orator
Definition: speaker
blenched
Definition: flinched
kenning
Definition: a compound word or noun phrase that identifies something or someone in a poetic way.
liegemen
Definition: Vassals – loyal followers of a lord (nobleman) who provided military service in exchange for land (archaic: Middle English)
summary
Definition: a short statement that gives only the most important information about a text
facts
Definition: statements that can be proven to be true
opinions
Definition: statements that cannot be proven; what a person thinks about something
restate
Definition: say something again in clear terms
irrelevant
Definition: unimportant or not related to something
treacherous
Definition: Dangerous and untrustworthy
brandished
Definition: To wave something (such as a weapon) in an aggressive manner
fruitlessly
Definition: Without good results or success
ravaged
Definition: to damage very badly
avenged
Definition: Made up for a wrong by punishing the wrongdoer
archetypal
Definition: relating to an original version of something that other models copy
Anglo-Saxon
Definition: people who ruled in England from the 5th century to the early 11th century
Slaying
Definition: Killing
contend
Definition: compete against
moorland
Definition: soft, wet, and marshy ground
trod
Definition: walked or proceeded
mere
Definition: a body of water, usually a lake or pond
atheling
Definition: Anglo-Saxon prince or lord
wot
Definition: knew
welkin
Definition: the heavens
nicors
Definition: sea-monsters
Jutes
Definition: member of a Germanic people who, with the Angles and Saxons, invaded Britain in the 5th century AD.
durst not
Definition: did not dare
Caesura
Definition: A stop or pause in a metrical line, often marked by punctuation or by a grammatical boundary, such as a phrase or clause. A medial caesura splits the line in equal parts, as is common in Old English poetry (see Beowulf).
Alliterative Verse
Definition: verse usually unrhymed having alliteration as a structural element
Archetype
Definition: In literature, an archetype is a typical character, an action, or a situation that seems to represent universal patterns of human nature. An archetype, also known as “universal symbol,” may be a character, a theme, a symbol, or even a setting.
Mead
Definition: A fermented beverage made of water and honey, malt, and yeast

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