High 7th grade, well, this book, you're going to really enjoy. So if you have a copy like this, go ahead and get that out. And if you don't, no worries, because we're going to be following along with audible and this guy has the most excellent accent. I really think that you're going to like his accent. I know I do. So we're about to read chapter one. And after we read chapter one, I will give you some instructions on the assignment that you have. And then we'll also read chapter two, and then you'll have a set of instructions for both of those chapters. All right. Let's get started. And I have been very happy there. But then I have never been this yet audible. Recorded folks and one great digital prevent kidnapped by Robert Louis Stevenson. Narrated by Sheeran Elliott. Chapter one. I set off upon my journey to the house. I will begin the story of my adventures with a certain morning. Early in the month of June, the year of Greece, 1751. When I took the key for the last time out of the door of my father's house, the sun began to shine upon the summit of the hills as I went down the road. And by the time I had come as far as the mass, the black bugs were whistling in the garden, lilacs, and the mess that hung around the valley and the time of the dawn was beginning to arrive and die away. Mister Campbell, the minister of S and D was waiting for me by the garden gate good man. He asked me if I had breakfast. And healing that I liked for nothing, he took my hand in both of his and clapped kindly under his arm. Well, did you like that he? I will go with you as part of the board to set you on the way. I will begin to walk forward in silence. Are you sorry to lean back in, said he is after a while. Why sir, said I, if I knew what I was going on, what was likely to become of me, I would tell you candidly. And I have been very happy there, but then I have never been anywhere else. My father and mother since they are both dead, I shall be no leader to initiate that in the Kingdom of Hungary and to speak truth if I thought I had a chance to better myself where I was going. I would go with a goodwill. Where are you going to pause it right there? And I'm going to point out what I just underlined at this first part. So we're going to go back up here to the first paragraph where we begin the setting. You can see that the setting is mentioned in the first sentence since the year of grace, 1751, so we can see that it's early in the month of June, summer, apologized. I'm not very dexterous when it comes to this underlining stuff. So then we can also see alliteration as you guys remember alliteration, words that begin with the same letters side by side to achieve an author's purpose. Oh, here's another one. Summit. And now even if let's just say I didn't know what the word summit meant, well, as we discussed in class, summit is right beside hill, hills, so I'm doing a mental visualization of the sun shining over the summit of the hills and even if I did not know that summit means the top point, I could still figure out that it was the top of the hill. So that's just kind of a little, a little way to figure words out when you don't have a dictionary. Besides you and also it helps us become better readers when we take what we already know. And we apply it to figure out the meaning of words. So here we see a lot of nature, so we see the sun shining at the top of the hills early. In the morning we see here, it's the morning, it's supposed to be an air, by the way. And also, we see something that builds suspense here. I took the key. For the last time out of the door of my father's house. So we've got an introduction here. And we know a little bit about the character already. He's about to make an important departure. We know that. We know that there's a positive a positive tone because see, it says, I will begin the story of my adventures adventure speak of excitement with a certain morning early in the month of June the year of gray 1751. And then it goes into when I took the key for the last time, powerful language there, out of the door of my father's house. See if it wasn't for the fact that he's speaking of his father, his dad, then we might not think this was very important. You know, maybe he'd take a key out of a room that didn't mean a lot to him. But this speaks of family, and when you're talking about familiar or sorry, familial or family relationships, we've got a very high level of importance, okay? So he's making this journey. We already know that the word adventure a synonym to that is a journey. An exciting journey at that. Now he's going down the road. The word down. Deescalate, it seems that this journey is already important. We already see that. We already know that. And then here we get the blackbirds were whistling in the garden lilacs. We get this, we get this imagery, and as you know, imagery, words that appeal to your 5 senses. Well, right now I'm visualizing that. So sight. And I can even, can you smell the lilacs? I can definitely smell the lilacs. And the mist that hung around the valley. I can almost smell the mist too. You know when you're out in the early morning and it's just misty and you know there's lots of lots of water, really. And you breathe it in and it's fresh. New beginning. We kind of, it kind of helps us understand that the narrator is about to go through to a new beginning and he's leaving the past. But it's sort of makes us pause as readers when we see here that he took the key for the last time and it makes it and let me bring to you a text to self example. My dad, when he went to Iraq, he had to take the key out of his house for the last time to and we didn't know how long it was going to be. It could be years. We did anticipate that he would come back. But we don't know yet if father and son will be reunited because the book just began. So here we get an introduction of some characters here. We've got mister Campbell. Let's see. Who is mister Campbell? All right? Do you notice this part where it says the minister of S and D? Okay? And what we have grammatically is an a positive phrase. An a positive phrase is a phrase that gives clarity to what is right before it. So we know that mister Campbell is the minister of S and D. And he was waiting for me by the garden gaze. Oh, we got some alliteration there too. By the guarding gate, good man, see, we've got three. And a lot of times what authors will do. It's a literary technique is they'll put they'll put words in threes and it boosts the powerful language so that we were really real to see kind of what's about to transpire or go down. He asked me if I had breakfasted. So let's look at this word right here. We think what? We don't use that as anything that we use breakfast as a noun. Something breakfast lunch dinner, right? Well, breakfast did if you break down this word, right? It's a compound word to break the fast, fasting meaning going without food. So very well we can understand that this is, this is speaking of a verb here, if he had breakfast and he had broken the fast by eating. When we sleep at night, we don't eat. And then the reason that I felt it was important to underline I lacked for nothing is because automatically in the biblical perspective I'd go to psalm 23. The lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. I shall not want. So we see for making inferences here about this main character that the narrator is that maybe he's a person of gratitude. We see this because he acknowledges the small things in nature that many people take for granted, and then we see that he lacks for nothing. That creates a picture of this narrator being somebody who may see the glass half full instead of half empty. Well, let's keep reading. Very well, indeed it behooves me to tell you fortune or so far as I mean. When your mother was gone, and your father Christian man began to sicken for his end, he gave me in charge certain later, which he said was you didn't hurt because. He, as I am gone, and the house is read up and the gear disposed of all which guru has been done with my boy, this letter into his hand and stopped him off to the house of Shaw's not far from common. That is the place I came from, he said, and it is where the fact that my boy should return. He is a steady light. Your father said, and the county gore and I doubt not, you will come see and be well lived where he goes. The house of sharks, I cried, what had my first father to do with the House of shaws. Okay, this time not too long of a pause, but just kind of going back to make sure that we understand the plot here. Now, I like how there's footnotes and as your number footnotes are notes at the very end of the page that tell you what the vocabulary words mean. So let's go all the way back here. S and D is a fictitious village as we see the word fiction embedded in fictitious, so it's made up. It's not real. Ford, it's not a vehicle. But it's a shallow stretch in a river where one can cross. So these vocabulary words are important because a lot of these words, we modern day do not use and the language has evolved over time. So be hoes is a verb action word meaning obligates. Let's go back up here. I said mister Campbell, very well, Devi, then it behooves me to tell your fortune. He is not saying to Davey that he is going to be a soothsayer or a psychic telling the fortune, okay? Just for clarity, what he is meaning here because we read on. He tells him when your mother was gone and your father, the worthy Christian man. So, you know, sometimes I put, I don't know, even silly. Codes in the margins, whenever I learned something about a character that I like, I put a smiley face. Well, that tells me that he's from a Christian family. Because his dad, a worthy Christian man. And we find out something very saddening began to sicken for his end. So we don't really say phrases like these when we talk about people going to be with the lord, but sick in here uses a verb for his ends, meaning, you know, he died. So here we're just breaking it down. He gave me in charge of certain letter, which he said was your inheritance. Now, I will circle this, even though I'm not doing a very artistic job here, because inheritance is very biblical, we have an inheritance with Jesus Christ, as you know. And a lot of the importance of our inheritance, it's in Zion. Our inheritance in the kingdom of God, as Christians, as believers, and spiritually we don't store up our treasures on earth where thieves and can come in and steal and walk and destroy, but we store them in heaven. Now, Davey, which we learn is the boy, he's learning about his inheritance like the kind you get financially or material inheritance in the world. And so part of what we can discuss is going to be the difference between a spiritual inheritance and then a natural inheritance in the world, speaking of money and objects, things. And the way they connect and relate with one another and their ideas. So he gets a letter to go to the house of Shaw's. I know some of you might have heard the house of shaws and so commonly used in different movies like foreshadowing and if you remember foreshadowing it's kind of clues that give us hints to what's going to happen in the future when we read. So we see some foreshadowing here because we know that well number one, poor kid, his dad has died. He's facing a lot of heartache from that. We don't know about mom. Mom doesn't seem to be in the picture, right? And then everything is kind of being painted perfectly. As he sets off his journey, but then we find out more, saddening things. Relatable things, experiencing a loss at a young age at that. And so we know that he is getting information about what was in his father's will. This information being that he hasn't inheritance. He has something his father's left behind for him. And his job is to read that letter and go get his inheritance. And we know the house of shaws has everything to do with day these inheritance. So now that we know this, we can keep on reading with the wonderings of what is the house of Shaw is going to be like. Because here too, I cried that verb cried and the explanation exclamation mark for the punctuation, how powerful is that? What have my poor father to do with the House of shaws? So I'm making an inference here as a reader, though I know nothing yet about the house of shawls I'm making an inference at this place does not is not very reputable. That was one of our vocabulary words. Does not have a good reputation, possibly. Let's keep on reading to figure out what will take place. Who can tell that for sure the name of that family baby boy is the name you bear. Houses of shaws and ancient honest reputable house and adventure in these lots of these decayed your father too was a man of landing as defeated his position. No man more plausibly conducted school. Nor had he the manner or the speech of a common Dominique. But he will yourself remember I took a pleasure to have him to the months to meet the gentry. And those of my own house, Campbell, author and beloved and swire, Campbell of men and others all well ten gentlemen and pleasure in his society. Lastly, to put all the elements of this affair before you, he is a testament to the election itself, super scraped by the olden hand of our departed brother. He gave me the letter, which was addressed in Jean's words to the hands of ebenezer Balfour esquire of Shaw's in his house of shaws. These will be delivered by my son, David Balfour. My heart was beating hard this great prospect, no suddenly opening before the large of 17 years of age, the son of a poor country Dominique in a forest of electric. My stomach and if you were in my shoes, would you go? Sure. Said the minister. That would I and the house pause a pretty loudly you should get to comment, which is near and by Edinburgh. In two days of walk, if the west came to the west and your high relations as I can not but suppose them to be somewhat of your blood, should previous to the door and can not walk the two days back again and rest at the months door. But I would rather hope that you shall be well received as a good father for cast for you. And for anything that I can come to be a great mining time, and here is a lies near upon my conscience to improve this passing and set you on the right yard against the dangers of the world. Oh wow, we have to talk about this part. We have to talk about what's happening here. So let's go up to some of these clarifying, again, these are great footnotes to understand the vocabulary as this book was written a couple moments ago. Yeah, long time ago. So here, I want to show you the contrast. As we notice reputable, good reputation, that's what it used to be, but now you see decay. So kind of we see this contrast, it goes from something happened where it was, well, ancient, honest, reputable in the latter days, decaying. This contrast in the same sentence helps us understand that something drastic must have happened. And again, this word monse, let's go up here to be reminded in the footnotes what that means because it's the house of a Presbyterian minister. So do you notice that it sort of sounds like Manchin? That might help you remember that that is a house. And let's go back down, so it went from being a very, we would say, positive, good, good reputation. Something happened where there's decay. No longer is it what it used to be. We also found out another tragedy here. In this sentence where it starts out with the transitional word lastly, to put all the elements of this affair before you, here is the test administrator letter itself. Super scribe by the own hand of our departed brother. So we see here that departed meaning to seize dead that his father had written this letter himself. And that means he put a lot of care into it. He wanted to make sure his son got it. And we find out how old his son was or how young shall we say 17, 17. It seems like he's on his own. You guys are not far from 17. To the hands of ebenezer now I want to challenge you guys. Look up the look up the meaning of the word ebenezer. You will be so surprised that when we think of ebenezer Scrooge, but ebenezer speaks of good things. And let me read it for you on my on my dictionary here because the irony of ebenezer Scrooge was that his name at first, when we're talking about ebenezer Scrooge from the Christmas Carol. We know that he was not a good man. We know that he certainly did not have a good reputation, so but something happens where he changes the character's not flat. The character's dynamic, it's called dynamic character where the character goes through a change. So here it says ebenezer. Now there's a stone. It's as a stone of ebenezer should signify to us that trusting in anything or anyone short of cries is a precursor to failure. So there's a stone. I know you all can't see this. Christianity dot com. There's a stone of ebenezer reminding people not to trust in anyone. So God. So we could say that, you know, his trust for his will going through his son is his son's inheritance, but do you think now this is just something I want you to think about? Do you think that there is going to be an element of trust when he finds the house of shaws when he finds what his inheritance will be? Do you think that he will trust the materials of the world? How do you think he will view his inheritance? Just think about that. I'm thinking about that. And here, we know something about mister Campbell, the development of characters here. Mister Campbell, I stammered or stuttered, and if you were in my shoes, where would you go? Do you think there's a desperation in that question? Can you feel a desperation? Because he's 17. And this is kind of like a coming event. This is a coming of age novel. So he needs godly advice. And so he's asking maybe one of the only people in his life that might even he can trust. Because his dad's gone, gone from the earth. He asked this man, what would you do? We can all relate to that when we go through hard times, we ask somebody we trust, if you were in my shoes, what would you do? And so we already know that Davey has a lot on his plate. And he's about to take an adventure and it may not be easy. Here I just wanted to point something out pretty loud. This has been this word over time. We had just to, you know, speaking of feminine kind of pretty or something that is pretty, that painting's pretty, but here we can use our context clues to know that pretty does not mean what it used to. It means gallons. So it's something that's kind of used in a masculine way. To describe strength. Let's keep on reading. For a comfortable seat, lighted on a big boulder under a beach by the track fade, seek down upon it with a very long serious upper lip. And the sun not leaning in upon us between two peaks. Shelter him. He first put me on my guard against a considerable number of heresies to which I have no temptation. And urged upon me to be instant in my prayers and reading of the Bible. That done to a picture of the great host that I was bound to and how I should conduct myself with this inhabitants. Be simple in things immaterial said he this in mind that though gentle born, you have heard a country reading the new shameless dating and you don't know how to put all these domestics upper and under show yourself as nice. I circumspect as quick of a conception and a smooth speech as any. As for the live remember, use the lid. I see no more. Honor to him hold on. It's a pleasure to be a lad or should be to the young. Welcome. Did I it may be I know promise you I'll try to make it so. Why very well said the flight mister Campbell hostile and note to come to the material or to link trouble to the energy deal, I have here a little packet which contains four things. In COVID, as he spoke, and with some great difficulty in the sketch pocket of his court, of these four things, the first is your legal Jew. A little pickle money for your father's goods and punishing, which I have bought. As I have explained from the first. And the design of reselling as a prophet to the incoming Dominique. The other three are just that this is Campbell and myself would be the life of music. The first, which is round, will likely please your best at the first off go. But we'll give you a lot of its butter drop of water in the sea. It will help you, but a step and vanish like the morning. The second which is flat and square and regular will stand by you through life like a good start for the road, and I get hello to your head and sickness. And as for the last, which is cubicle, that will see you, it is my prayerful wish into a better land with that because the point is feet. Because his heart and prayed a little while allowed and in effecting terms with a young man stepping out into the world, then suddenly it took me in his arms and improved me very hard. Then held me at arm's length, looking at me with his face all walking with subtle and then first of all I'm crying goodbye to me, set off backward by the way that we had come at a sort of job. Okay, we have just, I underline them, and I encourage you to do this as well, you know, do this and if you have a paper copy, this is nice that I can have these videos here. So let's go back to where we see a lot of a lot of important character development, okay? Because usually in the first chapter, we're going to be introduced to the setting, characters, and then the conflict comes very soon. So we do know that our inference, mister Campbell, is a kind of like a fatherly figure today. It's getting stronger and stronger to draw that conclusion because here where he urges Davey. First, to be instant in his prayers in the reading of the Bible, he didn't go into, you know, the physical material world, the material items. He went right to the spiritual state of Devi, saying B, B, you know, vigilant, be in prayer. You know, lots of biblical tie in. And I'm going to ask you questions, how does this tie in with certain biblical concepts? What I like about this version here is that you have some notes already given to you about what I the book that I have here. If you need some reminders about why do authors use figurative language, figurative language like right here, you've got I want you to try to remember what is it whenever the first letters are the same close together side by side. I know I'm trying to imagine you thinking about it. If you thought a literation, you were spot on, what I like about this is that the author he doesn't just use alliteration meaningless. Which I don't believe any authors do. But the reason Stevenson, which the last name of the author uses soft poetic tones, like as I'm speaking with you, this is an example of a soft calming tone. Whereas this is another example of a demanding out of you see how the contrast is noticeable. In good literature, you've got your readings with figurative language to express a sympathetic music, see I love this. Because though you're reading a book, you can, it's imagery, music, sound, the words or sound, and that's why putting poetic tones in writing helps express emotion, here you've got an emotion that we all, if we personally have not gone through it, we know somebody who has or we have definitely seen. Different times in history where there's death, and you go through grief and there's sympathy from those you love. Those who know about your grief, they have sympathy, they join in with your suffering. So here, that's why father forecast four, well, we already know when we hear the word father. That relationship, there's grief. He's only 17, and this quote Ye shall be well received now, important guys, I don't know if y'all studied a lot in the king's James version, but you've got your vow by Yi Yi, you don't even really have to know what this word means, but you have the skills breaking it down. Ye shall be well received. He's talking to Davey, so we know it means Davy. You. We say you know. Azure poor father, forecast, immediately, I think of the weather forecast, right? Because forecast, when you watch the weather forecast, you're watching an experts predict based on facts, the weather in the future. So here, let's translate this, his father forecasted that he should be well received. Now when somebody is well received, let's do some more context clues. They we know the word well is a positive a positive word. So I'm just going to put sorry that is so messy. A check mark. Okay, like it's good to be received by whom. Because we know this needs an object. Well, let's take a guess. To be received by the new people in his life. The people at the house of shaws, well received by somebody or a group of people in high power in high status. See, we're making predictions. This is important that we break this down. Now, you may have gotten thrown off by the old language, which is why, again, footnotes, they're great. I had to use that. I did not know what Super Bowl had meant, even though I used my context clues because the word in material, the prefix M as we discussed early in the year, like immortal, it means not. So be super deviant things in materials. So in things that are not related to material, like, oh, this world that goes back to the Bible verse, store your treasures, in heaven. And so I'm going to take a guess here, based on my knowledge that mister Campbell gives him advice to read the Bible that he's also a God fearing man. So his advice, I know we get the word supple here now supple, we still don't use that all the time. But let me give, let me annotate another word that comes to my mind that we might use, be smart. The reason I chose that is so that smart starts with an S now we've got a word that we can relate to. Be smart in the things that are not material. And of course, we need a footnote for the word dene. Because it's kind of like a, this is in Scotland, so they talk in a very different way than us. Danae, we can just make a mental note means do not. Do not shame us so the opposite or the antonym of shame is honor. So in the Bible it talks all the time about honor. You know, give the Caesars what belongs to Caesar. On your father and mother, and that would be why he's telling maybe his spiritual son, Davy, don't shame us. No, we have to, we really have to make an inference who's us. Well, we're speaking of family, so let's keep it there. Maybe it's family. And now we go down here, see honor to whom honor. It seems like this man is well read in the scriptures because you can hear his dialog speaks of the scriptures. So uh oh. Let's scroll down, we know that Laird sounds like lord. Now we're not talking about lord. It's not capitalized. So it's a statement of respect, not talking about lord, the father son, holy ghost, okay? It's a statement of respect. As for the Laird, remember he's the Laird. So we're probably talking about someone older or with more authority than him. Because here's the word obey. And now we go a little bit down. We see a little packet which contains four things. Now, four is kind of a number that I always think of like a square. A square having four sides that all connect in each side is relevant. And it's kind of like completion, right? It's kind of, it completes it. There's four sides. Four seasons. You know, you see the number four is kind of like a completion, full circle type of thing. And I think that might have great symbolism that number. So I'm going to make sure that I annotated in the margin there. The first, I'm going to put a little wine right there so I can remember because this is going to be important to the plot. Is your legal do so like the money that, you know, this man is put in a lot of work to help this boy financially. And the other three get these. Well, if you hear the word miniature minis, they used to say, get these meaning, well, a small gift. Nothing extravagant or lavish, okay? So bligh, well, let's go down here to our sheet sheet. Happy, please. Bly, that's a new word for us there. And so we can see that they would be belied. I'm going to put a happy face 'cause that's what it means. They would be, I guess, please or proud that who will accept these gifts? Devi. The first gift will likely please Ye and again, what does that mean? I know I'm trying to pretend y'all are here. It means you, okay? And laddie, here we see again things ending with IE, speak of young, like a small gift, a small boy. It's butter drop of water in the sea. Okay, question for you. What is that when you compare two unlike things without using the word as? Search of an M ends with Etta for metaphor, good. So that gift is only here, but means it's only or it's merely, and I'm going to write that down to remember it, okay? Because it's going to help on your quiz. A drop of water in the sea. So we can think that metaphor would be important because not that the gift is that insignificant or an important, but when you only consider that it's a drop of water in the sea, we may realize that it is a truly a gifty, miniature gifty. It will only help you, but any time you see here, but a step, but a drop of water. And vanish in the morning, well, kind of reminds me of something here and now I'm making loose connections which I always want you guys to do, okay? Because the biblical world integration part of it is important. When it says in scripture, it speaks of, we are but a flower quickly fading, right? Vanishing here today gone tomorrow. The gift is but a step to help him go. To help him get on his feet, he's 17. And then we see that the, this next one, the third gift is going to stand with him for life. So here's a contrast. We have the temporal here, it'll help you but a step that's the second gift, right? So we've got the first give this some money and the second is just something small, get the that's a drop in of water in the sea, but it will help him get started. And then we've got the third out of the four of the gifts. Well, bear with me here. Yeah, that's a three. Flat and square had written upon. It sounds like poetry that he's saying. We'll stand by you through life. So here we've got like, we've got more of a long term benefit here. Which will be important when you're considering the value of these materials, okay? And what does it mean spiritually also? And here is another piece of figurative language. I wish I could have you all read. I was about to call upon one of y'all and I realized though. I love I do miss you guys. Like a good staff for the road. I think of Moses, right? I mean, come on, it's a staff, a rod. So what a good piece of figurative language. And I'm going to ask you the question, check yourself to see if you can answer it. What type of figurative language does it mean whenever two unlike things or being compared to one another using the words like or as. You're right, if you said simile. Now I always remember simile because it sounds like the word similar because they're comparing these two things, but it has to use like or as. If it doesn't use those words, then it's a metaphor. So yeah, as for the last which is cubicle, that'll see you into a better land. Now, let's break this down spiritually, okay? Because we are talking about a land, yes, but is this not kind of like life as a Christian? I mean, look at it. Look at this. So is this not kind of like life? We got your first, you've got your basic human needs, okay? I mean, food water, et cetera, money to get by. The second, it's a drop of water. You got sometimes you, when you're getting started, when you're older, like when you get out of college, you might have one of these gifts before you get a job. It will help you, but a step, it's not going to help you into retirement. The third one, that's going to stand by you through life. Like when you graduate from college and you're starting to studying what you love, you know, you're eating some ramen noodles along the way. Kind of just kidding. But yeah, you're maybe struggling a little bit more. You know? But you know that the benefit long-term pays off. And then you got your fourth one, which is, and here's the word prayer, very spiritual. Into a veteran end. Eternity, as Christians, we, we store up eternity and I like the fact that this is number four. Because we store our treasures not on earth, but in heaven. It leads us into the promised land, a better land. So there's a really cool spiritual tie in there. And then we see the endearment embrace to me very hard. His face all working with sorrow. You know, you can imagine that the language that he uses and then whipped about. Powerful, the verb whipped I can just imagine him, you know, it's hard to say goodbye to his spiritual son, crying goodbye, you know? So. We're about to find out how does Davey respond as he embarks on the journey. It might have been laughable to another, but I was no mind to laugh. I watched him as long as he was in sight and he never stopped having nor once looked back. Then it came in upon my mind that this was all his soul and my departure and my conscience walked me hard and fast because I, for my part, was overjoyed to get away out of that quiet country state and go to a great, busy house among rich and respected gentle folk of my own name and blood. Davey Davey, I thought whatever seemed such black and gratitude. And you forget all fevers and old friends of the mere whistle of a name. Firefighting shame. And I sat down on the border, the good man had just left, and opened the partial to see the nature of my gifts. That when she had cold cubicle, I had never had much doubt of shoot enough. It was a little Babel. Ducati, I played the nuke. That's what she had called road. I found to be a showing piece. And the third, which was to help me so wonderfully booth and health and sickness, all the days of my life was a little piece, of course, yellow paper, but still upon us in red ink. To make lily of the volley of water. Take the flowers of lily of the valley and steal them in sack and drink a spoonful or two as it is occasion. In the store's speech to those that have the dumb palsy, it is good against the goat. It comforts the heart and strengthens the memory, and the flowers potential a glass will stop and set into and he'll advance for a month, then take it out, and you will find a liquor which comes from the flowers, which keeps in a vial. It is good, still more well, and your man or woman. And then in the minister's own hand was added likewise for springs, rub it in, and for the colleague, a great spoonful in the hour. To be sure I laughed over this, but it was rather familiar with laughter that I was glad to get my bundle and my stops in and said, hey, over the Ford and up the hill on the farther side, so just as I came on the green drove road, running wide through the header, I took my last look of cooking. The trees about the mines and the big railings in the Kyoto were my father and my mother lay. Wow. So here is a map and I know that's exactly overwhelming. As we close for today's lesson and today is just chapter one because we needed to analyze that and there's a lot of stuff. Lots of good stuff, but I would like you to study this map here. You see the word provinces, things were broken up into provinces. And it's still that way today in China. There's different places in China and they refer to them as provinces of China, right? And so if you're a geographically, you know, interested in learning about old maps, this will especially be something intriguing. We can hardly read some of this stuff. So it is a little bit of an eye strain there. Let's go up at the real fast that we can talk about the importance, okay? So we have he embraced him hard now, we do see here that we learn more about the narrator's emotions because he was in no mind to laugh. He was also feeling very serious. It's a very serious moment. This departure. You know, mister Campbell might be the only person in his life that he can go to. And so, but the look, what we are surprised is that he was overjoyed. So for surprises, I like to put exclamation points in the margin when I'm surprised that a character's reaction, he was overjoyed to get away. He wasn't reluctant or scared, because look at the contrast, he wanted to move from a quiet countryside and go to the very opposite, a great, busy house. Among rich, do you think that the author is talking about material? Something to think about. And respected, look at that alliteration. Why do you think the author might use alliteration like that? Rich, respected. I was thinking that it could be similar to the other alliteration. It lets us know the tone and the mood that the narrator is experiencing. He's excited to go to this new, this new journey. Is it for the right reasons? Well, we don't know. Now we kind of do see here because look, his thoughts, he's having what we know to be an internal conflict. And just reviewing with you, the conflict internally is man versus himself. There's no other people involved in that. So it's internal. And the word the word describing his in gratitude or his unthankful. And he was acknowledging this. Is black. Now black speaks of night, where there's not light to shine, and symbolically here, it's speaking of things that are dim. And things that are not in the light, so possibly ungodly. That's what that's what this symbol here means. According to Stevenson, some vocabulary words like an expression of disapproval is by rhymes with fly. So they used to say 5, 5, you know, it was a very emotional phrase. 5 5. The parcel, well, I don't even need to know what that means. Context clues, we know that he got a letter. So in other word for that, parcel package. And we see a little Bible. I put a smiley face. Because yes, indeed, it does speak to from the spiritual to the natural. A shilling piece, I'm going to put up forgot to do that, but I'm going to put a dollar sign, you know, you're addressing a lot of different needs here. And then this one is a recipe which I might try to draw the pharmacy side. That was not anywhere near what I thought it would be, but yeah, so we've got medicine and I did have to point out liquor here is not used in the terms that we use today. This is all medicinal. Just in case he needs it for the future. But. We learn a lot and we learn a lot. He's about to take off on this journey. And again, we see that he opened with nature, the author did, and he closes with nature. He took the last look, the trees about the immense, the house. And the big rowans in the quirky, where my father and we see here, his mother is not in the picture. And my mother lay. So he just going on. So great. I am posting another video with your assignment over chapter one, and make sure that you have watched this entire video because from it, I'll create the questions. All right. See you next time, guys. God bless you.