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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. setting examples to the characters. the setting examples. Include two or more sentences from the text in support of the time period. Explain the connection of setting examples to the characters. the setting examples. Explain the connection of time period examples to the characters. the time period examples. Explain your response to the setting examples. Explain your response to the time period examples. Characters: Include two sentences from the text to describe each main character: Explain how the quotes help define the characters. Explain your reaction to the characters.
Daniel Dravot “Next week we shall be hard at work ourselves, thank you,” said Dravot. “It isn’t so easy being a King as it looks. When we’ve got our Kingdom in going order we’ll let you know, and you can come up and help us to govern it.” Peachy Carhehan “We are not little, and there is nothing that we are afraid of except drink, and we have signed a contract on that.

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