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Number Devil

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What is the Number Devil trying to accomplish? He is trying to make fun of Robert's limited math knowledge
What is Robert trying to accomplish? He's trying to get the number devil to leave him alone
How does the Number Devil build on the point of the story? He challenges Robert's negative views about numbers
Who is the protagonist from "Three Little Pigs"? The little pig
Who is the protagonist from "Aladdin"? Aladdin
Who is the antagonist from "Aladdin"? the magician
Who is the antagonist from "Three Little Pigs"? the wolf
What is the Number Devil's purpose in the story? He is used to challenge the ideas of the protagonist Robert.
What is the purpose of Robert in the story? Robert's character is proof that determination can help overcome challenges.
Which excerpt from The Number Devil best conveys that the author's purpose for writing is to entertain? "Wrong!" the number devil shouted, his mustache quivering, his eyes bulging, and his face turning red with rage.
Which of Robert's actions in The Number Devil best reveals that the author's purpose is to entertain? having a conversation with an imaginary number devil
Which of the number devil's statements from The Number Devil best reveals that the author's purpose is to inform? "There's an infinite number of numbers."
Created by: lbradleycalca
 

 



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