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The Getaway

What is the setting of The Getaway? The Setting was in Texas.
Who is the protagonist of The Getaway? The Protagonist was the old boy and the narrator.
Who was the antagonist of The Getaway? The antagonist was the two robbers.
What is the direct characterization of the old boy in The Getaway? The narrator tells the reader that the old boy is a loser....that the old boy has a poor job.
What is the indirect characterization of the old boy in The Getaway? He is smart. He repairs the phone He also fooled the robbers to go to the bridge.
What is the indirect characterization of the narrator? He is judgmental he only sees the outside of people.
Why did the men cut the telephone line? They thought the old boy was too stupid to repair the phone so that he wont call the police.
Person Vs. Person The robbers stole the money from the old boy.
Person Vs. Self When the old boy decided to help the robbers.
What is foreshadowing in the getaway? It is foreshadowing that the old boy is not a loser because he tells the narrator not to feel to sad for them and that proves that the old boy is not a loser because the old boy is going to do something.
What is the suspense in the getaway? When the robbers go to the car but first they shoot one of the narrators tires.
When did the countermen say he first thought that the men were criminals? When he said that he saw his shoulder holsters and he said they had mean eyes.
At first who did the narrator think the two men were? He thought that they were well dressed people that were all right.
At the end of the story is the countermen a winner or a loser? Explain? He is a winner because he repaired the phone and he wasn't scared.
What is the point of view of the Getaway? The point of view is serious.
What is an example of Irony in the getaway? It is Ironic that the two robbers thought the old boy was a loser because he looked like he couldn't repair the phone but he did.
Created by: Giovani Silverio



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