5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is personification?
- What does the new cat have on his chest?
- What happens on the same night that the narrator kills Pluto?
- How does the narrator get caught in his crime?
- What does the narrator do with the body of his wife?
- a His house burns.
- b He has a white splotch that is shaped like a hangman's noose.
- c Giving nonhuman things human characteristics
- d He hits the wall with his cane, and the cat lets out a horrible sounding scream.
- e Puts her in the wall of the cellar
5 Multiple choice questions
- He follows him everywhere. He is there all the time--even when the narrator is sleeping.
- methods used by a writer to introduce or describe characters to readers
- The cat trips him, and he gets mad. He turns and in a fit of passion kills his wife.
- a barrell
5 True/False questions
Why does the narrator kill Pluto? → Pluto loved him. He knew it was wrong. He knew it was a sin. Pluto did not give him a reason to do it.
Who does Poe marry? → the narrator of a poem
What is on the one wall that did not burn of the house? → He has a white splotch that is shaped like a hangman's noose.
Does our narrator feel guilty for killing Pluto? → No
What is foreshadowing? → hints given that tell readers what may happen in the story