3.6 2 Samuel.docx - 3.6 2 Samuel 11-12 1 How does the story begin and end The story begins in the Spring when David committing adultery and ends with

3.6 2 Samuel.docx - 3.6 2 Samuel 11-12 1 How does the story...

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3.6 2 Samuel 11-12 1. How does the story begin and end? - The story begins in the Spring when David committing adultery and ends with him having another child with her. 2. Who are the characters in the story? - The characters in the story are David, Bathsheba, Joab, Nathan, Uriah, the Lord, Saul, Solomon, and Jedidiah. 3. Which characters are developed in the story? Which are given little development? - The character that developed the story was David, and Uriah. The characters that are given little development are Bathsheba, Nathan, Joab, and the David’s baby. 4. Compare and contrast the character of King David with that of Uriah the Hittite. - David and Uriah in this story are completely different when the plot takes place, Uriah is seen as a good person, person of way who was betrayed by his wife and David, they are similar in the fact that they both shared Bathsheba up until adultery. 5. Which characters do you find sympathetic? - The character that is sympathetic David since he feels sympathetic because his first sons will die.
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