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Question of The Day
I think that for a perfect society, I would sacrifice my life. I think that It would be worth my life to receive a picture perfect society. All of my family and friends would be able to live in a perfect society, and they would be able to enjoy life so much...

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“The Gift of the Magi” Questions for Critical Reading Review these questions. Take time to create your responses. 1.  What instances of irony exist in the short story? Each person gets the other a present that they either can't use ever again or can't use f...

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YGB
1.How does the setting add to the meaning of the story: sunset and night, dreary road, gloomiest trees, narrow path creeping through, lonely, peculiarity in solitude? How does this imagery create the mood? How does this mood help us predict the nature of Yo...

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“A Worn Path” Review Questions
After reading the short story, please complete the following questions: 1.In the opening sentence of “A Worn Path,” the narrator describes Phoenix Jackson as “an old Negro woman.” Later the hunter calls her “Granny,” and the nurse refers to her as “Aunt Pho...

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"Old Man with Enormous Wings" Reflection Questions
1. Reacted without any surprise or shock. 2. he is very raged and in shambles. It makes him more relatable 3. He shared an unbiased narration of the story. 4. The fact the the man with wings was thought to be an angel, but he had all of the characteristics ...

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Owl Creek Bridge Reflection questions
1. In Section I, Bierce includes few details about the condemned man and does not reveal the reason why he is being hanged. How does this help create suspense? The reader knows that he is being hanged but he or she doesn't know why. This adds suspense becau...

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Reflection Questions on Red Chief
1. What point of view is this story told in, and how do you know? First person. He speaks using I and we. 2. What reason do Bill and Sam have for kidnapping the boy? they want to buy a fraudulent real-estate deal in Illinois. 3. What is the boy doing when t...

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“A Kidnapped Santa Claus” by L. Frank Baum Reading Questions
“A Kidnapped Santa Claus” by L. Frank Baum Reading Questions 1.  Who is the protagonist?  Who is the antagonist? ant. - daemons pro. - Santa 2. What is the conflict? The daemons want to kidnap santa so that the children will be unhappy on christmas morning ...

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Reflection Questions on Poetry II
“Ozymandias” 1.  What is the condition of the statue? Statue is destroyed by time 2.  What is ironic about the boast inscribed on the statue? 1.       The plaque makes it seem like he is all-powerful, yet it is a broken statue. 3.  What do you think is the ...

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YGB Reflection Questions
1.How does the setting add to the meaning of the story: sunset and night, dreary road, gloomiest trees, narrow path creeping through, lonely, peculiarity in solitude? How does this imagery create the mood? How does this mood help us predict the nature of Yo...
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