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Final Exam Dinosaurs

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In one sentence, what is the theme of the poem? Add two quotes illustrating this theme. The darkest dangers may be illuminated with the wisdom of an old friend.
What is the POV of this poem? Include 2 quotes from the poem that illustrate that illustrate POV Third person Omniscient
What is the perspective? McKinley and Bill
Adopt a different POV & list it(Choose one that makes sense-1st person from Florence's Perspective) "I watched Bill smoke his pipe. McKinley had yet to appear, and all I saw was darkness. Darkness everywhere."
Read the new sentence aloud. What is the theme of it? The same but weaker
How is this theme different from the original? The theme would not be as apparent
Created by: Johnny9595