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a secret for two

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what is the setting of a secret for two prince edward street in montreal canada
what is the mood of the story the mood of the story was sad serious
what is the point of view of the story the point of view of the story is 3 omniscinet
what is the tone of the story the tone of the story was serious
who is the protagonist Pierre is the protagonist
who is the antagonist the passing of time
who are the minor characters joseph jack and the truck driver
what is an example of irony no one knew that pierre was blind
what is an example of foreshadowing jack tells pierre that he can see joseph and pierre says he cant foreshadows that pierre is blind
what is an example of suspense the truck hits Pierre the titles you want to keep reading to discover the secret Pierre refuses to retire when he gets old
what is the theme of the story not to be fooled by appearance. take care of yourself.friendship matters and is important
person vs nature Pierre working in ht e cold weather.Joseph dies because of the cold weather.Pierre becomes blind cataracts grow over his eyes
person vs self Pierre is blind but cannot tell anyone because he will lose his job.
Created by: mariarodriguez
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