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Makato and the cowrie shell elements of the story

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  • Réponse publiée par: tayis

    Characters: Makato

    Pra Ruang of Sukhotai

    Employer

    Old woman

    Old woman's husband (Pra Ruang's mahouts)

    Woman (merchant of lettuce seeds)

    Setting: evening, morning, (years passed)

    Land of Mon

    Sukhotai

    Market

    Field

    Palace

    Plot:

    Introduction- Once upon atime there was a boy named Makato, he was an orphan. He had no brothers, sisters, cousins and friends, so he had to make a living for himself. He did every kind of work.

    Rising Action- One evening, after he did the chopping of pile of wood, he thought of his future. He wanted to try his luck in far-off lands for he longed for exciting adventures. Then his employer told about the land of Sukhotai and luckily, an old woman with his husband helped him get to there.

    Climax- There he luckily met the king, Pra Ruang who gave him one cowrie shell when he dropped it as a gift. At that time they were used for money. Then one day, after how many years passed by, he passed by a stall in a market where he bargained for that one cowrie shelll for lettuce seeds which will stick to his finger that he dipped ,though it was little. Then he went happily and planted them in the soil he sowed at once.

    Falling Action - After sometime, it grew, he then gave some to the king when he passed by. The king was impressed. He asked him how did he manage to do that and makato told the whole story. He was the given a job in the palace. He mastered every grace and served the king well.

    Resolution/Ending: He was the given higher positions and he was given the title of Khung Wang. He also married the beautiful young daughter of the king. After that, the king made him the ruler of Mon. So it was Makato, who once have been a poor orphan, became the king of that prosperous kingdom.

    -Hope it helps❤❤❤-

  • Réponse publiée par: tayis

    (Sorry if I answered the same answer because I encountered this minutes ago.)

    Title : "Makato and the Cowrie Shell"

    Retold and Translated By Sumpanee Kahnchanathiti

    Characters: Makato

    Pra Ruang of Sukhotai

    Employer

    Old woman

    Old woman's husband (Pra Ruang's mahouts)

    Woman (merchant of lettuce seeds)

    Setting: evening, morning, (years passed)

    Land of Mon

    Sukhotai

    Market

    Field

    Palace

    Plot:

    Introduction- Once upon atime there was a boy named Makato, he was an orphan. He had no brothers, sisters, cousins and friends, so he had to make a living for himself. He did every kind of work.

    Rising Action- One evening, after he did the chopping of pile of wood, he thought of his future. He wanted to try his luck in far-off lands for he longed for exciting adventures. Then his employer told about the land of Sukhotai and luckily, an old woman with his husband helped him get to there.

    Climax- There he luckily met the king, Pra Ruang who gave him one cowrie shell when he dropped it as a gift. At that time they were used for money. Then one day, after how many years passed by, he passed by a stall in a market where he bargained for that one cowrie shelll for lettuce seeds which will stick to his finger that he dipped ,though it was little. Then he went happily and planted them in the soil he sowed at once.

    Falling Action - After sometime, it grew, he then gave some to the king when he passed by. The king was impressed. He asked him how did he manage to do that and makato told the whole story. He was the given a job in the palace. He mastered every grace and served the king well.

    Resolution/Ending: He was the given higher positions and he was given the title of Khung Wang. He also married the beautiful young daughter of the king. After that, the king made him the ruler of Mon. So it was Makato, who once have been a poor orphan, became the king of that prosperous kingdom.

    -Hope it helps❤❤❤-

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