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01.04H Response Log and Questions The Man Who Would Be King Author: Rudyard Kipling Year Published: 1888 Genre: novella Pages: 13-25 Settings in this section: Primary characters in this section: Secondary characters in this section: Include two specific examples of Dravot and Carnehan acting as responsible men: 1)So we dressed betwixt and between, and such a sight as Daniel Dravot I never saw yet nor expect to see again. He burned half his beard, and slung a sheep-skin over his shoulder, and shaved his head into patterns. He shaved mine, too, and made me wear outrageous things to look like a heathen. 2) ‘For the Lord’s sake, What is the purpose of each action? 1) The purpose of this action was to try and blend in with others in the mountainous country. 2) To avoid getting executed. What is your reaction to their actions? 1) To me it really isn’t shocking due to prior incidents. These two men desire to be kings and will do anything to achieve this particular goal. 2) What is your reaction to their actions? My reaction is neutral because although they are crooks they must also think smart to be able to achieve their goal of ultimately becoming kings.
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let’s get out of this before our heads are chopped off Include two specific examples of Dravot and Carnehan embracing their fantasy of being kings: 1) But Dravot says that if a King couldn’t sing it wasn’t worth being King 2) He calls them and gives them the boxes to carry, and waves his hand for all the world as though he was King already.
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