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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. “The beginning of everything was in a railway train upon the road to Mhow from Ajmir.” “...travelling...by Intermediate, which is very awful indeed.” Include two or more sentences from the text in support of the time period. ”...corners of the Empire which he had penetrated.” “...wanted to send a telegram back from the next station to Ajmir…” Explain the connection of setting examples to the characters. Setting examples to the characters is important because it gives the reader more background about the characters based off of the setting of the story. Explain the connection of time period examples to the characters. The connection of time period examples and the characters helps also describe the characters and their personalities, basing how the characters act on the time period that this story takes place in. Explain your response to the setting examples. The characters are on a train going from Ajmir to Mhow. Explain your response to the time period examples. India was ruled by the British when this biography took place, which is why Carnehan mentions wanting to be King . Characters: Include two sentences from the text to describe each main character: Daniel Dravot ”Soldier, sailor, compositor, photographer, proof-reader, street-preaches…” “...red-bearded man.” Peachy Carnehan “Carnehan is sober…” “I greatly fear that my King is dead, and if I want a crown I must go and hunt it for

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