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Dana Miller 24 October 2017 Crawford 1.03 The Man Who Would Be King Author: Rudyeard Kipling Year published: 1888 Genre: Novella Pages:1-3 Biographical detail of author: Connections with authors biography and characters or setting: Setting: Include two or more sentences from the text in support of locations. The Man Who Would Be King setting is said in the text that says, “The beginning of everything was in a railway train upon the road to Mhow from Ajmir” The setting seems to be somewhere in India. Include two or more sentences from the text in support of time period. Therefore, such as it is, we will let it alone, and go away to some other place where a man isn’t crowded and can come to his own.” This seems to be that the conman are going to be taking over a smaller country which was in the 19 th century. Explain the connection of setting examples to the characters. The two conmen have traveled and are going to be heading to Afghanistan to be kings. Explain the connection of time period examples to characters. Dravot and Carhenhan want to be kings and take over a country and it would be easy to do so because imperialism was around back then. Explain your response to the setting example. I looked at a map and double checked if Ajmir was in India and it and also found out that Afghanistan is close to India. Explain your response to the time period examples. The quote Carhehan said that they want to go to a place that is easy to take over without any trouble. Imperialism a big country taking over a small country and the conmen’s seem to be the “big country.”
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Characters: Include two sentences from the text to describe each main character. Daniel Dravot: “We have slept over the notion half a year, and require to see Books and Atlases, and we have decided that there is only one place now in the world that two strong men can Sar-a-whack. They call it Kafiristan.” Peachy Carhehan: “Let me talk now, Dan. We have been all over India, mostly on foot. We have been boiler-fitters, engine-drivers,
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