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QuestionAnswer
Scrooge=bad "Made his eyes red"
Pudding idiots "Every idiot who goes about with "Merry Christmas" on his lips should be boiled with his own pudding"
Path "Shun the path I tread"
Malthusian economics "Decrease the surplus population"
Halfway transformed "I learnt a lesson which is working now. Tonight, if you have ought to teach me let me profit by it."
Foreshadowing humanaties evil "The long scar"
Need for civilisation "We'll want to know all their names"
Clothing symbolising degradation "He had taken off his school sweater" "His clothes torn"
Savagery "Jack snatched the glasses of his face"
Animal simile "The Boys lay, panting like dogs"
Effect of old life "Here, invisible yet strong was the taboo of old life"
Anonymous "He smeared on the clay"
Conch "The conch exploded into a thousand white fragments"
Loss of english language (3 quotes ) "Sam,Eric" "Sam'n eric" "Samneric"
Perfect love reflected in the sonnet that the form "Saints do not move though grant for prayers sake. Then move not while my prayers effect I take"
Bawdiness "Thou wilt fall backward when thou comest of age"
Romeo is now peaceful "Gentleman,for shame, forbear this outrage"
Parenthood-Good "Fourteen years, let two more summers wither"
Parenthood-Bad "Hang thee young baggage, disobedient wretch"
Created by: Paul Glynn
 

 



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