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short story

two examples of person vs. person Tom vs. his wife Tom vs. his Boss
two examples of preson vs. self Tom vs. Tom (guilty conscience) Tom vs. Tom's ambition
two examples of person vs. nature Tom vs. cold weather Tom vs. wind
two examples of person vs. machine Tom vs. typewriter Tom vs. window
Who is the protagonist? Tom Benecke
How is the progtagonists described externally? tall, lean, dark haired man?
This is Tom's wife. Clare
What is the setting for this story? New York City, 11 stories up in a high rise apartment, in Autumn at night.
How is the progtagonists described internally? Ambitous, guilty and dishonest.
Who is the author of "Contents" Jack Finney
These are 5 antagonists window, job, wife, time, weather
What was the climax in this story? When Tom breaks the window and yells "Clare"
Give one example of Irony? When the yellow paper blows out the window for the second time.
What does the yellow paper symbolize? Tom's amibition.
Created by: Mrs.Aloisio