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In The Yellow Wallpaper the women that the narrator sees in the wallpaper is

herself.

What statement best describes Algernon's character

Algernon is a very smart mouse. Who dies. sorry.

What information can the reader learn from characterization

The strengths weaknesses and motivations of the characters

Why does Elisa begin to trust the stranger and invite him into her garden

Because he shows an interest in her chrysanthemums.

How does the stranger interaction with elisa at her garden differ from henrys interaction with her at her garden

The stranger seems more confident about invading her space while Henry respectfully stays outside the garden.

Which statement is an example of universal theme

True love never fails

How does Elisa show that she has begun to trust the stranger during the conversation at the fence in The Chrysanthemums by Steinbeck

She shows that she has begun to trust when she opens up conversationally about her flowers, and also physically, when she takes off her hat, draws out her hair, and invites him beyond the fence.

What statement best expresses the theme of the yellow wallpaper

Without the freedom to express themselves people can become mentally ill

How does John Steinbeck open his short story the chrysanthemums

with a description of the setting

What does Elisa do after stranger leaves

Gets dressed up and admires herself in the mirror

How does the strangers interaction Elisa Garden differ from Henry's interaction with her at her garden

the stranger seems more confident about invading her space, while henry respectfully stay outside the garden

Over the course of Elisa's interaction with the stranger how do her feelings and actions toward him change

She is kind yet distant in the beginning but she soon begins to open up and trust him.

What happens at the end of The Chrysanthemums that makes Elisa sad

He throws her chrysanthemum sprouts onto the road.

How can the reader tell that Elisa has decided to trust the stranger

She invites him into her garden

What point of view is the yellow wallpaper told from

first

Which excerpt from the chrysanthemums foreshadows elisas feelings of being trapped

The setting feels isolated and closed in.

What dose Elisa's invitation to the stranger to enter her garden signify about her emotional state

She has decided to trust him

Why is this statement considered a theme and not a plot summary

It relates a universal idea about life.

How does john steinbecks the chrysanthemums begin

With a description of the setting

What is the stranger's motivation for pretending to be interested in Elisa's chrysanthemums

He wants Elisa to give him work so he can earn some money.

In The Chrysanthemums why is Elisa considered a complex character

She experiences many different emotions over the course of the story.

In The Chrysanthemums how are Elisa and the chrysanthemums similar

they are both strong , beautiful and rooted to the land

What method of characterization does Steinbeck use to describe Elisa

Action

How does elisas feelings and actions toward the stranger change over the course of her conversation with him

She resists him at first but then warms up and begins to feel a connection with him.

In a story what would cause a character to be considered complex

The character experiences many different emotions and has multiple motivations.

In the short story The Crysanthemums by John Steinbeck which method of characterization does Steinbeck use to provide the reader with clues about Henry's character

Interactions with other characters.

Which sentence is an example of characterization through action

His breathing was shallow, his eyes wide, and his heart beat loud enough to be heard across the room.

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