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|The details about the setting are essential to the story because
|the house looks the same, which contrasts with the changes the narrator has experienced
|Who is the narrator of this story?
|What is one central message of this story?
|Depending on their experiences and attitudes, people can interpret others’ behaviors in various ways.
|Based on the story, which of these is true?
|Aunt Betty thought there was something strange about Carla leaving, while Rebecca was happy that the woman had embarked on an adventure.
|Think about the events below. Which event must have happened first?
|Rebecca and her cousins made up stories about the
chickens that decorated Aunt Betty’s house.
|Read this passage from the story:
“What do they eat for breakfast in England?”
“Um, ham, or bacon,” I said, “but they put baked beans on
their toast.” I was conscious of saying they only after I said
it, as if I hadn’t done the same thing for over three years. As
if I hadn’t been, at least for temporary purposes, one of
Why did the author include this passage?
|It illustrates that Rebecca’s sense of identity has been
affected by her experiences.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word inscrutable?
|Which is the closest antonym for the word plangent, as it is used in the episode?