Three Colours Stories

 

 

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1. Alvie eats soup story

This type of story shows one type of the Three Colours Worldview which is Honor/Shame Societies. There are some examples that display the shame in Alvie’s eats soup story. Firstly, when Alvie’s dad said “Alvie granny was a world-famous chef”. This situation shows how Alvie dad feels of shame because his son only eats soup whereas his grandmother is a famous chef. Secondly, when grandmother went foods as a gift to Alvie (grandson), Alvie’s dad lied when he wrote the letter to his mother by writing that Alvie love the food while he did not.

2. Robot racers story

The scenario of this story explains type of the Three Colours Worldview which is Innocence /Guilt Societies because of Tanktop cheats Squeak. For example, Tanktop stoles Cyber Sid’s memory chip. In addition, Tanktop rest Betty Byte’s build-in alarm clock to let Squeaky be late from the race and beings the winner. Besides that, Tanktop creates a lot of problems for Squeaky. For instance, he puts nails, oil and cuts Squeaky’s telescopic arms. However, in the end of the story, Squeaky won the race which indicates that being cheat is always loser and being honest is always winner.  

3. THE GRUFFALO

The scenario of this story explains another type of the Three Colors Worldview which is Power/ Fear Societies. According to the story, mouse exploits his relationship with the Gruffalo to fear the snake and the fox. When the mouse describes the Gruffalo, he said, “he has a terrible tusks, and terrible claws and terrible teeth in his terrible jaws” which makes the snake and fox be afraid. In addition, he used many characteristics to describe the Gruffalo like his eyes are orange, his tongue is black and he has purple prickles all over his back in order to create fear and make a sense of power.

Group Members:

  1. Salma Ahmed Bajaber – H00283751
  2. Alyazi Helal – H00283271
  3. Fatima Yousuf – H00256657
  4. Manal Jassem – H00284191

 

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