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How is the Conflict in Miss Hinch resolved?
She gets caught. It was resolved satisfactorily and well.
Was Little John aptly named? Why or why not?
no, it described him in this manor: his limbs were large and his stature was seven foot high.
Was the ballad of Robin Hood and Little John simple or complex?
simple,because the plot was straight forward
What does the statement, "He is a stout fellow, forbear" mean?
Robin Hoods men wanted to throw Little John in the River, because he fought honorably and didn't cheat.
Does the setting of Through the Tunnel help portray the conflict? Why or why not?
yes, the story takes place largely underwater and the conflict centers Jerry's desire to find and swim through a tunnel that leads to the other side. Upon doing this he feels he has gained independence
What colors are used to describe the boys swimming in the bay and the bay itself?
Blue-green, Dark blue, red, and purple.
What do you think that contrast in colors implies in Through the Tunnel?
How different the beach and the bay looked compared to each other, and how the characters looked at each place
Whom or what is the Central character in The Duel fighting against? What type of conflict is used in this story?
Himself, Man vs. Self
What is the secondary conflict in The Duel, and how is it resolved?
The Duel itself, and Valdimir gets shot and dies.
What are some adjectives that describe Ivin when he is trying to tell Pelageia about her dead son?
cowardly, shameful, guilty, remorseful
What are 3 conflicts in Top Man?
Man vs. Man: Osborn vs. Nace, Man vs. Nature: Nace vs. K3, Man vs. Self: Nace vs. Himself
Explain how the 3 conflicts in Top Man are resolved.
Man vs. Man: Nace saved Osborn and dies. Man vs. Nature: Osborn gets to the top of K3 and leaves Naces ax. Man vs. Self: Nace got really close to the top of the mountain and because he thought about his other friend that died he didn't want Osborn to die. The conflict is resolved well.
What is the dominant conflict of Top Man?
Man vs. Man: because of the differences between Nace and Osborn.
What are the different types of conflict in Under the Lions Paw?
Man vs. Man: Haskins vs. Butler. Man vs. Society: Greedy land spectators (dominant conflict= POWER GREATER THAN HIMSELF) Man vs. Self: Haskins deciding whether or not to kill butler or not.
How are the conflicts resolved in Under the Lions Paw?
Man vs. Man: Haskins tells butler that he will kill him if he ever steps foot on his land again. Man vs. Society:
What is the significance of the title Under the Lions Paw?
Butler had taken total control over Haskins
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