Letter from Father :star: - Coggle Diagram
Letter from Father :star:
The girls say Jo is like a brother. She hides her feelings. She is the least ladylike. She wants to go to war.
Makes fun of Jo for being 'masculine'
Infactuation with Laurie at a young age
Princess in the play
Wants everyone to be at home together.
The girls are together - united
Contrast of Jo and Amy - they are like opposites.
Influence of war
Hear about the war through his letters - language he uses in the letter are war related.
All girls / women at home showing how the men are at war.
Bravery - Jo wanting to further her career of becoming a writer
Still frame of the reading of the letter
Eye-level - makes you feel like you're in the room
Mise-en-scene - very cosy, warm
Full shot - we see the whole set
The girls perform a play written by Jo - the camera pans to the play performance
Marmee is still reading the letter from father (war) - voice over
"Do their duty faithfully"
"Fight their enemies bravely" and "conquer themselves so beautifuly"
The language used in the letter is quite masculine and associated with war but associated with the girl's lives.