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puphus short story unit 2

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Which sister is alive and hires Holmes to solve the mystery. Julia or Hellen? Hellen
Who narrates the story "Charles?" Laurie's mom
What literary device is used at the end of "Charles" to surprise the reader with the news that there is no student named Charles in Laurie's class? Irony
What literary device is used in "Rain,Rain Go Away" to add suspense to the story by leaving clues along the way to the final resolution? foreshadowing
By choosing repetition of words, Poe reinforces the madness of the narrator and creates a feeling for the reader. This builds _______. mood
Which of these families are made of sugar? The Wrights or the Sakaros? Sakaros
Does the narrator of "The Tell Tale Heart" ever have a name? no
Which story has this theme: Sometimes kindness can teach a better lesson than punishment. "Thank You, M'am"
What is the name of the boy who steals Mrs. Jones' purse? Tommy or Roger? Roger
Which story has this theme: You might convince your head that you are innocent but you can't hide your guilt from your heart. "The Tell Tale Heart"
Which story has this theme: It is easier to find the faults in others than it is to see them in ourselves and those people closest to us. "Charles"
Which story has this theme: When good triumphs over evil, your conscience should be clear. "Adventure of the Speckled Band"
What was the "red herring" in "The Adventure of the Speckled Band?" The gypsies.
Who narrates "The Adventure of the Speckled Band?" Dr. Watson
Why does Helen Stoner hire Holmes? To figure out how her sister died, because she is afraid she might die too.
define summarize: to state the main points only
define "red herring" misleading clue meant to distract the reader from the truth
To summarize a newspaper article, which would be the best method to organize your thoughts? 5WH
To summarize procedures - like a recipe - which would be the best method to use? chronological order
To summarize a children's story that is very short, which would be the best method to use? Somebody, wanted, but, so
To summarize a long novel, which would be the best method to use? Plot line summary
Which would be the best method to summarize a chapter in your science text about how sandstone is formed? chronological order
Which would be the best method to summarize a magazine article about how Bill Gates got so rich? 5WH
Which story featured the plot where people melted in the rain? "Rain, Rain, Go Away"
Which story featured the plot of a boy's first weeks of kindergarten? "Charles"
Which story featured the plot of a boy who stole a woman's purse? "Thank You, Ma'm"
Which story featured the plot Sherlock Holmes solving a mystery? "The Adventure of the Speckled Band"
Which story featured the plot of a mad man's murder? "The Tell Tale Heart"
Whose point of view narrates "The Tell Tale Heart?" unnamed narrator
Whose point of view narrates "Rain, Rain, Go Away?" Mrs. Wright
Whose point of view narrates"The Adventure of the Speckled Band?" Dr. Watson
Whose point of view narrates"Thank You, M'am?" Roger
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