English Honors 1.03.rtf - 01.03H Response Log and Questions...

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01.03H Response Log and Questions The Man Who Would Be King Author: Rudyard Kipling Year Published: 1888 Genre: novella Pages: 1-13 Biographical details of Author: Connections with author's biography and characters or setting: Setting: Include two or more sentences from the text in support of the locations. “But I’m going to the Indian Desert,” I explained. Don’t try to run the Central India States just now as the correspondent of the Backwoodsman. Include two or more sentences from the text in support of the time period. “I can send your telegram within ten days if that will serve you,” I said. Explain the connection of setting examples to the characters. The characters are most likely located within the country of India. Explain the connection of time period examples to the characters. The characters, according to the time period examples, are most likely currently around in the 1800s. Explain your response to the setting examples. The characters are within the country of India because they are currently traveling through India, more specifically the Indian Desert. Explain your response to the time period examples. The characters are most likely to be around in the 1800s because that was the century that the telegram was first
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“[T]he paper was to be held open till the last possible minute in order to catch the telegram.” invented and used. Characters: Include two sentences from the text to describe each main character: Daniel Dravot “[W]hen a huge gentleman in shirt- sleeves entered[.]” “He was a wanderer and a vagabond like myself, but with an educated taste for whiskey.” Peachy Carhehan “He’s a big man with a red beard,and a great swell he is.”
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