English Transformation Drafts

This is just a collection of my drafts through the following month or so. These are the drafts that will lead up to my final transformation from my base text The Werewolf by Angela Carter. It involves witches, werewolves, and curses. I will include the plan as well.

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1. Plan

Transformation Idea
Plot Flow Chart

 

~Description of Place (Third Person) (Non-Rhyme)
Following the structure of the base text, my poem will have different sections. This first section will be the description of the town the girl lives in. This will begin as a simple outline of the place she lives in, describing the happy townspeople. Description of the man who came today and found the first three witches. The people of the town think that the danger is over because of this and are burning them at the stake.

 

~Description of What the Girl has Done (Third Person) (Non-Rhyme)
The girl makes the mistake of laughing and beginning the heckling at the burning women. The actual witch is watching her start the heckling of the innocent women, then other people join in with her.
 

~Description of Girl (First Person) (Witch's Perspective) - Ending in Dark Themes (Primary Rhyming Structure)
Goes into detail about the girl, how nice a person she was until this. Believes her beauty to be the biggest attraction of the town. The townspeople treat her like this as well, giving her money, jewellery, flowers, and other gifts. She rarely gets left alone, and the men are almost always watching her and adoring her. The women of the town all treat her like she's their own daughter, so she is loved by the whole town.
 

~Ingredients of the Curse (First Person) (Witch's Perspective) (Secondary Rhyming Structure)
Lists the ingredients the witch adds to the 'cauldron' in order to give the girl lycanthropy, and make her become a werewolf involuntarily. A few strands of the girl's hair, a doll replica of the girl, wolf's blood, few strands of wolf fur.
 

~What the Curse will do (First Person) (Witch's Perspective) Dark Themes Throughout (Primary Rhyming Structure)
Talks in detail of what the curse will do to the girl involuntarily every night. Details on how the girl will come to hate her beauty and how it gets her unwanted attention, especially with men who want to date her, because then they will find out about her curse and think she is a witch herself and burn her at the stake so people can laugh and heckle her.
 

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