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How is Stargirl a Christ-like figure?
Stargirl helps many people. Example: She puts loose change on the street, she makes cards-homemade-for people who need it, etc.
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Her hair was the color of sand. (4) Her eyes were the biggest I had ever seen, like deers eyes caught in headlights. (6) She looked like Heidi, or Bo Peep (8) … In school I was a yellow balloon, smiling and lazy, floating above the classrooms (85) Our minds are chattering (91) The earth is speaking to us (91) The universe will speak (91) The stars will whisper (91) I am a stone, a cactus thorn (92) I am rain (92) Every stray thought from miles around came wandering into my brain, sniffing about, scratching at my attention (92) Dissolving away like Alka-Seltzer (92) When the sun fell behind the mountains (94) As we approached each other, the noise and the students around us melted away and we were utterly alone (95) Holding each other's eyes, floors and walls gone, two people in a unicerse of space and stars (95) They went right through us as if they were gamma rays (96) When I smiles and nodded to her, frost formed on the back of my neck (99) Rough like a cats tongue (101) You can't be up to your eyeballs in bones and not believe in enchanted places (101) We are not the people we know as ourselves, but creatures more in tune with a tree than a keyboard (103) We are the tadpole before the frog, the worm before the butterfly (103) The pipe bowl, like some predator, or seducer, drew down the flame (103) They seemed not to enter through my ears but to settle on my skin, there to burrow like tiny eggs awaiting the rain of my maturity, when they would hatch and I at last would understand (103) The purple of the mountains flowed like watercolor (103) As natural as a raven's caw or a coyote's howl at midnight (106) We listened in rapture, and so, I half believed, did the tumbleweed and cacti, the desert, the mountains, all listening to the girl in the long falling skirt (107) She was bendable light: she shone around every corner of my day (107) Show me the ants, two of them, lugging the lopped leg of a beetle twenty times their size across the sidewalk, as might two men (108) Her eyes went straight to her heart (108) I was as proud as a first-grader with a star on his paper (108) She looked like a photograph from a hundred years ago (111) I search though fillers like a prospector digging for gold (113) A Keep-your-chin-up card (114) Looked like it might have been an antique toy (120) Her fawn's eyes (124) I had to make an effort to keep my balance lest I fall into them (eyes) (124) We talked of a thousand things (126) Seething like snakes under a porch (128) Take a swan dive into her eyes (128) I felt the faint tug of her gaze on the back of my neck (130) Ignoring my wishes, my head turned on its own and there she was (130) A second desert imposed upon the one I already lived in, where "Hi" was as rare as rain (131) Skipped over me like a flat stone on water (131) Nobody hears me, nobody sees me (132) I'm the friggin invisible man (132) Her voice peppy like a little girls (136) Nobody likes you (138) Her eyes covered me like the sky (138) I said her name out loud like blowing bubbles (140) Big head (148) Even the desert is celebrating (149) Brown mist on the horizon that announced our approach (152) Like a butterfly her words fluttered from image to image (152) Stiff as manikins (154) Looked at them as if they were hand grenades (155) The cheering was as wild as that of the crowd at a championship basketball game (156) Twinkled like a starburst (157) Never in my life had I seen a place so empty (159) Moonlight crept up my sheet (163) I had the notion that they were calling to each other (flowers) (167) The moon rose into the sky like a lost balloon (167) Like a bridal train (167) It looked like a float in the parade (167) Fluffs like a meringue (168) The ice shattered (171) Dancing millipede (172) Like figures dancing in ones dream (173) Music was a tether a kite string (173) Pastel skirts flapping like stampeding flamingos (174) The sun was melting butter (177) As for me, I throw myself into my work and keep an eye peeled for silver lunch trucks (185) *This is a list I created while reading Stargirl. I will be student teaching soon and am creating a unit around this book and love the figurative language in it. There are a lot of similes, metaphors, hyperboles, and personification. It's not complete, but it's a good start!
It is a 2009 movie
what does the phrase looked at me like i had 3 ears
"She wore an off-white dress so long it covered her shoes. It had ruffles around the neck and cuffs and looked like it could have been her great-grandmothers wedding gown.… Her hair was the color of sand. It fell to her shoulders. Something was strapped across her back, but it wasnt a book bag. At first I thought it was a miniature guitar. I found out later it was a ukulele." "-She wasnt gorgeous, wasnt ugly. A sprinkle of freckles crossed the bridge of her nose. Mostly, she looked like a hundred other girls in school, except for two things. She wore no makeup, and her eyes were the biggest I had ever seen, like deers eyes caught in headlights."
Stargirl become poular then Leo doesent want to be wiht her anymore then she moves away.
unique, different, weird, caring, kind, thoughtful, bubbly, happy, cheerful, giving, and helpful.
Stargirl fears people yelling at her because when they are on hot seat people were yelling at her and she started crying.
Probably realistic fiction.
Leo is the narrator and one of the main characters in "Stargirl." He is the first to befriend Stargirl, and tries to get her to come on the school program "Hot Seat."
Stargirl (main character, Susan Julia Carraway) Leo Borlock Kevin Hillari Kimble Archie ( Dori Dilson Wayne Parr Senor Saquaro
He is this boy who falls in love with her but gets all confused in the end because of his relationship with stargirl is unpopular.