5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How does our narrator change from how he was when we was younger?
- What is a metaphor?
- What is an example of foreshadowing in the story?
- Why does the narrator originally not kill the black cat?
- Why does the narrator kill Pluto?
- a The white splotch that looks like the gallows--hints that death will find our narrator
- b Pluto loved him. He knew it was wrong. He knew it was a sin. Pluto did not give him a reason to do it.
- c He is ashamed of what he did to Pluto. He dreads the cat.
- d He begins to drink. He is mean to his wife and animals.
- e A comparison not using like or as
5 Multiple choice questions
- Puts her in the wall of the cellar
- a barrell
- He was sensitive and tender hearted.
- An imprint of a cat with a noose around its neck
5 True/False questions
How 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.
What does anomalous mean? → abnormal
How old was Poe when he died? → Virginia, his first cousin
What does felicity mean? → happiness
How does the narrator get caught in his crime? → He hits the wall with his cane, and the cat lets out a horrible sounding scream.