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what is the difference between direct and indirect characterization? direct characterization says something about the character directly indirect characterization just implies something about the character.
in ribbons where did the grandmother just get back from? hong kong
how would you describe mr buller's character in seventh grade? kind understanding
in the poem loo-wit what did the old lady wake up from? bulldozers plowing down the trees
what is the theme of the story the bear boy? always love your family
who is the main character of the bear boy? Kuo-Haya
What are the 5 elements of plot? exposition,rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
How did victor try to impress therisa on the first day of French class he pretended he knew French
Who is the main character in the treasure of Lemon Brown? Greg
What does Michael do to try to impress girls? scowl
What is lemon Browns treasure? His harmonica newspaper clippings
What is the setting of the story The Bear Boy? small pueblo village long ago
Who is the author of Rikki Tikki Tavi? Rudyard Kippling
What is a flashback? placement of a scene within a story that interrupts a sequence of events to reveal a past occurence
What is the definition of irony? general name given to literally techniques that involve suprising interesting or amusing contradictions
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