Vocabulary Characters/Setting Point of View Story Review
100
Done or fixed by habit.
Habitual
100
What is the "cigar" man's name?
Bob
100
Key word: I, me, we
In this point of view, the narrator is talking about himself or herself.
First Person
100
Who was the man that pretended to be Jimmy?
Undercover police
100
Which word means you are comparing two things using like or as?
simile
200
Complicated or full of detail.
Intricate
200
What is the police officer's name (first/last)?
Jimmy Wells
200
Key word: You
In this point of view, the narrator is talking to someone.
Second Person
200
How many years have passed since Bob and Jimmy have seen eachother?
20 years
200
Which term means you are comparing two things without using like or as?
metaphor
300
Miserably/Gloomy
Dismally
300
What is Bob's nickname?
Silky Bob
300
Key word: he, she, it, they
In this point of view, the narrator is talking about only ONE person's thoughts or feelings
3rd person limited
300
How was Bob able to tell that the undercover cop was not the real Jimmy?
1.) His nose changed from a _____ to a _____ nose.
roman to a pug
300
When someone writes a story about someone else, this is called _____________.
a biography
400
Conceit
Talking about oneself too much.
Egotism
400
Where does the story take place?
New York
400
Key word: he, she, it, they
In this point of view, the narrator is NOT talking about anyone's thoughts or feelings.
3rd person objective
400
Where did Bob go when he decided to leave New York?
east, west, north, south
out west
400
When someone writes a story about their own life, this is called an __________________.
autobiography
500
At the same time.
Simultaneously
500
What city is Bob wanted in?
Chicago
500
Key word: he, she, it, they
In this point of view, the narrator is talking about more than one character's thoughts and feelings.
3rd person omniscient
500
What is the name of the restaurant Bob is meeting Jimmy in front of?
Big Jo Brady's restuarant
500
Which point of view is this story told in and how do you know?
omniscient point of view
The narrator is telling you the thoughts and feelings of both Bob and Jimmy.




After Twenty Years

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