Lengel( Sammy, John Updike, Lengel ) is the main character of A&P.
Queen( Chunky, Skinny, Queen ) is NOT one of the girls that walks into the A&P
The manager of the store, Lengel
John( Lengel, Sammy, John ), scolded the girls for their outfits.
In an act of bravery and courage, Sammy abruptly when the manager scolds the girls.
The girls from A&P can best be described as defiant
rude( defiant, shy, rude ).
The main character in "A Worn Path" is Phoenix Jackson
Eudora Welty( Phoenix Jackson, James Joyce, Eudora Welty ).
The Author of "A&P" is
The Author of "" is James Joyce
The Author of "" is Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Author of "" is Gwendolyn Brooks
The Author of "We Wear the Mask" is "
The Author of "Those Winter Sundays" is
Phoenix Jackson is powered by her love for her grandson.
The hunter from "A Worn Path" is powered by tangible items (his gun and his physical belongings).
"A Worn Path" takes place in present day Georgia
Phoenix Jackson must walk to get her own medicine because she has no family left.
Once arriving in town, the main character in "A Worn Path" forgets why she needed to come to town.
The dress that Phoenix Jackson wears is stolen by the greedy hunter that she encounters on her journey.
The hunter in "A Worn Path" scares Phoenix when he pulls a gun on her.
The main character in "A Worn Path" is known as Phoenix, but is also called
Granny exhibits her intelligence when she steals money from the hunter without him noticing.
The path Granny follows through the woods represents her .
Finish the quote from "Araby": "North Richmond Street, being , was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers' School set the boys free."
The word "blind" in "Araby" is used to describe isolation or oblivion.
In "Araby" the only thing the boy enjoys in life is the girl.
The narrator of "Araby" seems to have a routine
fun( routine, adventurous, fun ) life.
The boy in "Araby" was genuinely interested in attending the bazaar and had looked forward to it for months.
The boy arrives at Araby before it opens and is forced to wait. It is at this point that he gets impatient and goes home.
The boy wanted to bring a souvenir from Araby home to the girl
Once at the bazaar, the boy finds the perfect pocket watch for the girl and buys it.
The uncle in "Araby" had already been to the bazaar, and therefore did not want to attend twice
Visage most nearly means a face
desert( face, statue, desert )
There are three
two( three, four, two ) speakers in "Ozymandias"
The statue found in Ozymandias represents a once great king
long forgotten general
kingdom ruled by the monguls( once great king, long forgotten general, kingdom ruled by the monguls )
Ozymandias once thought that it would be impossible for anyone to forget him
The irony of "Ozymandias" is found when you compare the king's thoughts on himself to the remains of his empire
The poem "Ozymandias" is written to ask the question: If Ozymandias can be forgotten, what keeps me from doing the same?
The speaker in "We Real Cool" is the pool players
The gang of pool players in "We Real Cool" thinks of themselves as better than everyone else.
"We Real Cool" is directed towards anyone who is less "cool" than the pool players. They are bragging.
In short terms, the message behind "We Real Cool" is to live life like you're dying
work to be cooler than everyone else
play pool because its a great game( live life like you're dying, work to be cooler than everyone else, play pool because its a great game ).
The speaker in "We Wear the Mask" is a slave
depressed man( slave, performer, depressed man )
"We Wear the Mask" is written to inform people about the hardships of slavery
struggles of being an african american
obstacles that depressed people must ove( hardships of slavery, struggles of being an african american, obstacles that depressed people must ove ).
In "We Wear the Mask" the speaker is free to express their emotions.
The speaker in "Those Winter Sundays" is a child
father( child, mother, father ).
In "Those Winter Sundays" the child always thanked their father for all of their hard work.
The child in "Those Winter Sundays" has the right to be scared of their father because he often abuses the child.
"Those Winter Sundays" is written to showcase a non-functional family
teach a lesson of manners
tell a true story( showcase a non-functional family, teach a lesson of manners, tell a true story ).
Fire is a major symbol in "Those Winter Sundays"
The Author of "A Worn Path" is