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Anthem Study Guide Questions College Prep. English 10 L. Pantele Directions: Answer the following questions as you read! I recommend not leaving any blank! Rather to be wrong than to rely on someone else to give you the answer! When possible, use direct page numbers from the text! One- or two-word answers will not work! Chapter 1: 1. What is the mood of the beginning of the novella? How do you know? (Provide 1 example of textual evidence) The mood in the beginning was dark because Equality 7-2521 is taking about how he created a crime that no one knew about, and he was not going to be punished for it and the punishment is waiting for him if his crimes are discovered. “We have committed a greater crime, and for this crime there is no name. What punishment awaits us if it be discovered.” (pg. 17) 2. What is suspenseful about the opening lines of the narrative? The opening line was suspenseful because in the first paragraph, Equality 7-2521 tells us about him breaking the laws by daring to keep a journal. The council of the vocation told men that they cannot think or write their own thoughts and the natator give little detail about where they are and gives a vibe of danger. 3. When do we first learn that the narrator is a single individual? (Provide a textual example and the page number) We learned that Equality 7-2521 was a single individual on the second page where he introduces himself and describe him features. “Our name is Equality 7-2521.” (pg.18) 4. What is the immediate effect of discovering that the narrator speaks of himself in the first-person plural (“we”) ?
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