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secret for two

what is the setting of the story? the setting takes place in Prince Edward Street Montreal, Canada.
what is the mood of the story? the mood is serious / sad
what is the point of view? the point of view in this story is 3rd omniscient
what is the tone of the story? the tone of the story is serious
who is the protagonist? Pierre is the protagonist
who is the antagonist? the passing of time
who are the minor characters? the minor characters are Joseph and Jack and the truck driver
what is irony about the story? whats irony in this story is that everyone thought that Pierre was not blind but when the doctors checked his eyes they told them that he was blind
what foreshadows in the story? Jack tells Pierre that he can see Joseph and Pierre says he cant ; foreshadows that Pierre is blind. Pierre doesn't have to keep a written record of who buys extra milk or cream ; foreshadows that Pierre is blind
was there any suspense in the story? the truck hits Pierre . . . the title - you want to keep reading to discover the secret
what is the theme of the story? the theme is not to be fooled by appearance. friendship matters
person vs nature Pierre was working in cold weather. Joseph dies because of cold weather.
person vs self Pierre was blind and did not tell anyone about it except his horse
Created by: wilbergranados



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