The most important one seems to be so that Paul's older brother Erik can impress the football scouts at some major universities. He, too, possesses some tremendous athletic ability on the soccer field despite being legally blind.
The book is presented as a series of journal entries, so instead of chapter notes for Tangerine by Edward Bloor, you will instead find summaries of several days worth of entries.
Part 1 sets the stage and introduces the major characters.
There are many details revealed in the first chapters that become significant as later events as they unfold. Preface Paul and his mom take a last look at their empty house in Houston before leaving for their new home in Florida where Dad and his brother Erik await them.
Paul suddenly remembers a time when he accused Erik of trying to kill him. Friday, August 18 — Wednesday, August 23 Paul and his mom arrive in Tangerine County, Florida and see a mix of citrus groves, industrial developments and burning groves that will become future developments.
Readers learn about the Erik Fisher Football Dream. Paul tours the Lake Windsor Downs development. The entire family meets the Costellos. Mike Costello will be on the football team with Erik.
Paul tours his new middle school and makes plans to play on the soccer team. His mom tells the principal about his impaired vision and the principal says they should fill out an Individualized Education Plan IEP for Paul.
These chapters establish important character relationships and set in motion events that affect the rest of the plot. Monday, August 28 — Friday, September 1 At the Lake Windsor Downs bus stop, Paul remembers waiting at the bus stop on the first day of kindergarten and being teased for his thick glasses.
On the first day of school, the counselor tries to give him a guide because of his eyesight, but he asks the girl to please not follow him around. Paul thinks their cheerleader girlfriends, Paige and Tina, are only with them because they want to date football players.
Paul begins to hang out with Joey and tries out for the soccer team. At the first practice, he impresses the other players with his goaltending skills. Tuesday, September 5 — Friday, September 8 Mike Costello is killed by lightning at football practice.
They hold a meeting about the issue at their house and the coach agrees to hold practices in the morning.
Joey invites Paul to go to a carnival in Tangerine. They see students from Tangerine Middle School, and Joey warns him that kids from that school are dangerous.
At school the next week, Paul and Joey get called into the office because there was some vandalism at the carnival. They blame it on the students from Tangerine Middle School.
On the way back to class, the rain causes a sinkhole under the portable classrooms. Paul and Joey help pull students from the muck. One option is to attend Tangerine Middle School.It's weird—Paul Fisher is the main character in Tangerine, but he doesn't feel like the main character in his own life.
His big brother Erik is the star of the family, and his parents spend most. Oct 03, · TANGERINE by Edward Bloor This is a review of the book Tangerine, by Edward Bloor.
It includes my personal impressions and perception of the book. Exposition. The book takes place in the fictional creation of Tangerine County, Florida.
A Study Guide for Edward Bloor's Tangerine [Cengage Learning Gale] on initiativeblog.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Study Guide for Edward Bloor's Tangerine, excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.5/5(1). Tangerine Literary Analysis Essay ”-Jerry David initiativeblog.com the novel “ Tangerine” by Edward Bloor, Paul Fisher is a soccer player, his brother (which Paul is scared of) "The Tangerine Times printed a special pullout section on the Lake Windsor Middle School sinkhole”(p.
89). Tangerine by Edward Bloor - MonkeyNotes by initiativeblog.com The full study guide is available for download at: initiativeblog.com Tangerine by Edward Bloor. Home / Literature / Tangerine / Analysis ; Tangerine / Tangerine Analysis Literary Devices in Tangerine.
Symbolism, Imagery, Allegory. Setting. Let's get the easy one out of the way, first: the action place in the recent past, probably in the s.
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