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Maggie, Bailey, AE

Maggie, Bailey, and AE Literature

QuestionAnswer
dry hot October setting of Fire
grandfather, paul, narrator Fire Characters
point of view in which Fire is in? 1st person
what is the theme of Fire? irresponsible behavior can lead to a newfound sense of responsibility
this story was on a dairy farm chistmas time 1940 or 1950 setting for christmas day in the mroning
father,mother,adam, alice characters for chrstmas day in the morning
what is the point of view for christmas day in the morning? third person
what is the theme for christmas day ing the morning? love alone could awaken love
what are the characters for THaNK YOU MAM? roger and mrs. jones
a conclusionn that we draw from the info. we have inference
whay did avangeline spend the money she was saving to buy a garduation dress? to see the boy
what is the setting Crime On mars? Mars; Meridian City
chwho are the characters for crime on mars? danny, mr mccar, inspecter rawlings, and unamed narrator
what is the point of view for crime on mars? 1st person
what is the theme for crime on mars? a single missed detail can ruin even the most thought out plans`
Created by: Wilson Hall
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