5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the allusion connected with the first black cat's name?
- Who does the narrator want to kill instead of his wife?
- What is a conflagration?
- What is prose?
- How does the new black cat act with the narrator?
- a Writing in everyday language; written in paragraphs
- b He follows him everywhere. He is there all the time--even when the narrator is sleeping.
- c a large fire
- d This was the Roman god of the underworld.
- e The black cat
5 Multiple choice questions
- He begins to drink. He is mean to his wife and animals.
- Puts her in the wall of the cellar
- the narrator of a poem
- excesive consumption of alcohol
5 True/False questions
Where does the new black cat come from in the story? → He follows him everywhere. He is there all the time--even when the narrator is sleeping.
What is an allusion? → A comparison not using like or as
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.
Why did people make fun of the narrator when he was younger? → He was sensitive and tender hearted.
What is a plot twist? → a sudden, unexpected change in a story