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A secret for two

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What was the setting of A secret for two? The setting was in Montreal, Canada.
What was the mood of A Secret For Two? The mood of the story was serious.
What is the Point of view of A Secret For Two? The point of view is 3rd omniscient.
What is the tone of A Secret For Two? The tone of the story is serious.
Who was the protagonist of A Secret For Two? The protagonist of the story is Pierre.
Who was the antagonist of A Secret For Two? The passing of Time.
Who was the minor character in A Secret For Two? The minor character was Joseph and Jack.
What is an example of Irony? No one knew that Pierre Is blind.
What is an example of foreshadowing? When Jack Said That Pierre Can Go See Joseph If He Wants To But Pierre Said He Can't And That Foreshadows That He's Blind.
What is an example of suspense? When the driver pushed the breaks really hard.
What is the theme of A Secret For Two? The theme is "Friendship Matters".
Person Vs. Nature When Pierre was working in the cold.
Person Vs. Self Pierre decided not to tell anyone at the company that he is Blind.
What is the conflict of A Secret For Two? The conflict is when Joseph dies.
Created by: Giovani Silverio
 

 



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