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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. How does the narrator get caught in his crime?
  2. How does our narrator change from how he was when we was younger?
  3. What do Pluto and the new cat have in common?
  4. Where does the new black cat come from in the story?
  5. What is an example of foreshadowing in the story?
  1. a The white splotch that looks like the gallows--hints that death will find our narrator
  2. b He hits the wall with his cane, and the cat lets out a horrible sounding scream.
  3. c He begins to drink. He is mean to his wife and animals.
  4. d They are black. They are missing an eye.
  5. e The cat follows the narrator home from a tavern one night. He was sitting on top of a hogshead.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. We are not told this information.
  2. abnormal
  3. An imprint of a cat with a noose around its neck
  4. 40
  5. Puts her in the wall of the cellar

5 True/False questions

  1. Why does the narrator kill his wife?The cat trips him, and he gets mad. He turns and in a fit of passion kills his wife.

          

  2. What is prose?Writing in everyday language; written in paragraphs

          

  3. What is a conflagration?a large fire

          

  4. 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.

          

  5. Does our narrator feel guilty for killing Pluto?No

          

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