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The Necklace: what does Madame Loisel value?
a) a close relationship with her husband b) hard work c) status d) the simple things in life
What kind of character has only a few details and emotions revealed in a story?
a) flat character b) round character c) naive character d) weak character
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Mrs. Flowers helps Maya...
a) learn how to read b) find her voice again c) stand up to bullies d) learn to ride a bike
Blind to Failure: out of the people that attempt to climb Mt. Everest, what's the percentage of people that actually make it to the summit?
a) 30% b) 15% c) 20% d) 10%
Madame Loisel is an example of a(n)
a) naive character b) weak character c) round character d) flat character
Caged Bird: Maya is embarrased by her grandmother when...
a) she takes her dress off b) speaks incorrectly c) addresses Mrs. Flowers as Sister Flowers d) all of the above
Blind to Failure: which set of character traits best represents Erik Weihenmayer's personality?
a) scared, cautious, and shy b) courageous, daring, and determined c) disoriented and terrified d) arrogant and shallow
Which is an example of a method of characterization that an author uses?
a) description of a character's physical appearance b) narrator's comments about a character c) examples of a character's speech, thoughts, or feelings d) all of the above
Which is an example of a character study?
a) The Necklace b) I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings c) Blind to Failure d) The Most Dangerous Game
What is Madame Loisel's motivation for not telling the truth about losing the necklace from the start?
a) She didn't want to get in trouble. b) She didn't want her reputation to be ruined. c) She wants to be mysterious and sneaky. d) None of the above.
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