What small but noteworthy note does Death offer the reader in this chapter

What small but noteworthy note does death offer the

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3.What “small but noteworthy note” does Death offer the reader in this chapter? Could this embody the theme for the novel? Why or why not? 4.Briefly identify Erik Vandenburg. How does Hans get his accordion? 5. Summarize Han’s political conflict. Name his major mistake. “A Good Girl” 1. The importance of Nov. 1940 is __________________. 2.How does Liesel respond to Max’s arrival? 3.What do you believe is the “wild card” to which Death refers? 1.Max’s 1stfighting opponent was ____________________. Where did Max train as a child? 2.How does Max personify Death? Deaths reaction? 3.How many fights did Walter & Max engage in over the years? Did they remain friends? Why? 4.How old was Max on the “night of broken glass?” How did he escape capture? What happened to Max’s family? 5.What is written on the piece of paper from his mother? Importance? 6. Max is concerned about Liesel because ___________________. 7.Who speaks first at the end of the chapter? 1.What startles Liesel from her sleep? 2. Liesel finds Rosa’s reaction to Max unusual because __________________________. 3.Explain the final line in the chapter. 1. Analyze the important point Death makes in the beginning of this chapter. 2.How are Rosa’s conversation & reaction different on this day? 3.What story does Hans offer to Liesel? 4.Of what promise does Hans remind Liesel, and if she breaks the promise what will happen? 5.How does Rosa uncharacteristically greet Liesel after her talk with Hans? 1.Why does Max sleep the first 3 days with the Hubermanns? What does he say in his sleep? 1.Why does Max decide he should hide in the basement? Behind what is he hidden? 2.Why does Max want to get up & walk out of the Hubermanns’ house? What does he do, and why? 3.Liesel notices ___________________ in the basement. What does she attempt to ask Max? 4. The only thing Mama and Papa argue about since Max’s arrival is _____________________. 5. According to Death, Liesel learns _________________________ about Rosa. 6.What helps Liesel keep her sanity? 7.What comparison does Death make to Liesel reading in the Mayor’s library to Max living in the basement? 8.How does Hans & Liesel’s reading save Max’s life? 9.What change do the Hubermanns’ make in their routine in order to preserve Max’s health & safety? 10.Max characterizes himself as _______________________. Do you agree or disagree, why?
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