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(CK)Yeller SG Part 2

(CK) Old Yeller Study Guide Part 2

When does Travis begin to love the dog? when he proves his courage by saving Little Arliss from the enraged bear
Where was Old Yeller getting his food? He stole from the settlers.
Who was Bud Searcy? He was a neighbor who wants to gossip and get a free meal.
Why does Lisbeth promise not to tell on Old Yeller for stealing? Her dog is going to have Old Yeller's pups.
Why do Old Yeller and Travis take to sleeping in the corn patch every night? to prevent Old Yeller from roaming and stealing food and to guard the corn against varmints
How was Travis able to break the Spot heifer so she could be milked? Old Yeller walked right up to her and stood there.
Burn Sanderson gives Old Yeller to the Coates family in exchange for a home-cooked meal
Because of the report of hydrophobia in the area, Burn Sanderson advises Travis to shoot any animal acting unnaturally
A horned toad got so mad that he swelled out round and flat as a Mexican tortilla. This is an example of a simile
But Searcy told Mama that he'd been left to look after everyone while the men were gone and he would work himself to death. This statement by Searcy is an example of irony
Bud Searcy sure hoped that we wouldn't have an outbreak of hydrophobia in Salt Licks and all die before the men got back from Kansas. This statement by Searcy is an example of foreshadowing
"There's a plague of hydrophobia making the rounds, and I want you to be on the look-out for it." This statement is an example of external conflict
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