5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- title towards Psalm 137 and it compares Jerusalem to New York
- enemy and a friend
- fear of gods and fear of dying
- it adds a sense of mystery to it and lets us see what he's thinking
- a Why is it important that "By the Waters of Babylon" is written in a first person point of view?
- b How do we know time has elasped in "By the Waters of Babylon" ?
- c internal conflict in "By the Waters of Babylon"
- d Biblical allusion in "By the Waters of Babylon"
- e What is the colomber viewed as by Stefano?
5 Multiple choice questions
- In "The Cold Equations", which comparison isn't made between nature and technology?
- struggle between the character and an outside source
- theme of "The Pedestrian"
- In "Contents of Dead Man's Pocket", what does the apartment symbolize?
- mood of "The Pedestrian"
5 True/False questions
suspenseful → point of emotional intensity
Louise Erdich → time, place, and physical details of a story
metaphor → What is this an example of: "I tried to think of my knowledge but it was a squirrel's heap of winter nuts" ?
Relationships are more important than work → theme of "Contents of Dead Man's Pocket"
life → What is the cold equation?