Presentation arranged by Kyle Barga This is the probably one of Steve’s expression from his poor selfesteem. In the story Steve Harmon has been placed in jail until his trial is done. You can see that the conflict of the story doesn’t only effect the Steve, the prison inmate, but also effects his family as well. For the first time in Steve's life he saw his dad cry. Steve being in prison has a negative impact on his families This is an eye to symbolize how the jury will see Steve. Since Steve is on in trial for having relations in a murder the jury thinks that Steve is a monster. You can clearly see that Steve realizes that he is being seen as a monster and needs to be seen as human or civilized. Monste r This shows a kid with the word monster written on his forehead so you can se how Steve feels. You can tell that prison has transformed Steve the narrator into a guy who once was a normal kid into a kid who has gone to prison. By going to prison Steve feels he has automatically received the title of “MONSTER”. This is why he said that he feel that the word monster has already been tattooed on his forehead. By having your fingers crossed behind you back that signifies that you are lying and that is how Steve feels about her. This falls under characters and conflict because it shows Steve's, the main character, thought process half way though the case. It shows that Steve’s sensitive side to his case and his little confidence to his case. The jail bars are suppose to reference Steve being in jail. This is an example of how the setting can alter the characters motivation and self-esteem. The author uses words such as “believe”, “hard”, and “different” to say that he believes he is different from the rest, but just by being in prison clouds he self-esteem. This picture symbolizes how Steve would feel at night in jail. This is an example of how the setting effects the mood. The author uses words such as “darkness”, and “crying” to establish that something really bad is happening, but his voice doesn’t sound surprised like he is just use to it by know. A nuclear explosion inspires hate just like how Steve hates jail. You can tell that Steve feels that he does not belong in jail, the setting by his writing. An example of this by his word usage of, “hate”, and how it is underlined. Since the story is in first person, Steve’s thoughts may influence the readers outlook on Steve. It makes Steve seem innocent. This could have been the consequence s for getting in a fight. This is what the narrator says when threatened. This is how jail and growing up in the bad sections of town have transformed him. The narrator may say these things even though he might not mean these things. This is how Steve would probably look when he is crying at night. This shows the authors sensitive side by him crying, but shows his twisted outlook of life. Him saying that ,someone is being beaten up, shows that he has maybe encountered a few challenges throughout his life. “It was me, I thought as I tried not to throw up, that had wanted to be tough like them.” Page 130 This is what would of happened to Steve if he would of hung out with his friends more. The narrator, Steve, feels that he once felt like he wanted to be like one of his old friends who were criminals now. Know he feels like he doesn’t want to be like them. The authors purpose is to make a movie so you can see what goes though the mind of a convict who was wrong to be convicted convicted.