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the getaway

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THE SETTING THE SETTING OF THE GETAWAY WAS IN WESTERN TEXAS OR AT THE COFEE SHOP.
PROTAGONIST THE PROTAGONIST WAS THE OLD BOY AND THE NARRATOR
ANTIGONIST THE TWO MEN/ BUISNESSMEN
DIRECT CHARACTERATION THE NARRATOR TELLS THE READER THAT THE OLD BOY BEHIND THE COOUNTER IS A LOSER THAT THE OLD BOY MEANS WELL
WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF INDIRECT CH. ABOUT THE OLD BOY HE IS SMART. HE REPAIRED THE PHONE. HE ALSO TRICKS THE ROBBERSINTO BELIVING THERE IS A BRIDGE THAT CROSSES INTO BRIDGES.
WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF INDIRECT CH. ABOUT THE NArraTOR? HE IS JUDGEMENTAL HE ONLY SEES THE OUTSIDE OF PEOPLE THE NARRATOR THINKS THE OLDBOYIS A LOSER AND NOT VERY SMART BASED UPON OF HOE\W HE LOOKS
PERSON VS PERSON THE ROBBERS TOOK THE MONEY FROM THE OLD BOY
PERSON VS SELF CONFLICT THE OLD BOY HAS TO DECIDE WHEATHER HE WAS TELLING THE TRUTH.
WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF FORESHADOWING AFTER THE NARRATOR SAYS THE OLD BOY IS A LOSER AND SUGGESTS AND TELLS THE READER NOT T0 FEEL TO SAD THIS FORESHADOWS THAT THE OLD BOY WILL DO SOMETHING TO SHOW HE IS not A LOSER
WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF SUSPENSE IN THE GETAWAY WHEN THE ROBBERS RUN TO THE CAR AND SHOOT THE NARRATORS TIRE
AT FIRST WHOO DID THE NARRATOR THINK THE TWO MEN WERE THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE BUISSNESSMEN
WHEN DID THE OLD BOY SAY HE FIRST THOUGHT THAT THE MEN WERE CRIMINALS WHEN HE SAW THERE SHOULDER HOSTLERS
AT THE END OF THE STORY IS THE OLD BOY A WINNER OR A LOSERR THE OLD BOY IS A WINNER. HE IS REALLT SMART BECAUSE HE TRICKS THE ROBBERS AND THEY ARE CAUGHT BY THE POLICE
WHY DID THE MEN CUT THE TELEPHONE LINE? SO THE OLD BOY WOULD NOT CALL THE PO PO
WHAT IS THE POINT OF VIEW 1ST PERSON
WHAT IS AN EXAMPLE OF IRONY
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