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The Getaway

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what is the setting of the getaway? texas, in a diner at midnight.
who is the protagonist? narrator, old boy.
what is the antagonist? two robbers.
what is example of indirect characterization? how smart the old guy is.
who is a example of direct characterization? the young man learns from the cashier of how smart he fools the guy.
what is the conflict of the story? when they going to Mexico
the foreshadowing of the story was? when the took the guns out we knew that something bad was gonna happen! .__________________________.
the suspense wasssss that? when the guy shoot the narrator wheel in the car.
at first, who did the narrator think the two men where? just some businessmen.
when did the counterman say he first thought the men where criminals when the lean over the table he saw the guns, so he knew there were criminals
at the end of the story is the counterman a winner or loser? explain. the counterman was a winner, he fix the telephone in like 5 minutes.
why did the men cut of the telephone? so they wouldn't call the police.
person vs person the criminal and the counterman.
person vs. fate the robbers wanted to go to Mexico.
person vs. nature the narrator wanted some coffee.
what is the point of view of this? first person.
what is a example of irony? when the break the phone and they dont think that the old man wont fix the phone.
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