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Unformatted text preview: 11. How does Mrs. Ansley view Jenny Ansley? How do you compare her perceptions of the two young girls? 12. How does Mrs. Slade's attraction to Barbara foreshadow the surprise ending of the story? 13. At which point in the story do you feel the conflict between the two women? 14. Why is it significant that the two women should renew their acquaintance in Rome? 15. Why is the setting so crucial to the climax of &quot;Roman Fever&quot;? 16. How does the writer use irony to emphasize the impact of the climax of the story? 17. How does the writer use the passage of time of the day to parallel the unraveling of the plot of the story? 18. Why do the two women decide to let down their customary reserve and reveal secret truths to each other after all these years? 19. What is the resolution of the conflict in the story? 20. Provide a final order for the story....
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course 20 201 taught by Professor Asya during the Spring '08 term at Bloomsburg.
- Spring '08