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Page 2 of the story Text Guiding Question Response (Draw a conclusion; do not summarize the quote) “with ugly mouths open and driveling, half folded up in their ragged blankets, dirty, and striped like zebras. Why is the nature of their physical transformation emphasized in this way at this point in the story? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? the full moon made flashes of silver appear on the apparatus ... The highwaymen cranked it up and then opened the bag of records and lifted them to the moon-light like so many other black moons. What does this imagery suggest in this context? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? their peasant clothes were stained with something that looked like mud and that was blood. Why is blood described in such a way, and what does it suggest when seen in context of the words peasant clothes? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? 4

Page 3 of the story Text Guiding Question Response (Draw a conclusion; do not summarize the quote) Within a mass of sand, blood, clothing, and silence, their illusions, dragged there from far away, remained only as fertilizer, perhaps for a willow, perhaps for a pine. What is significant about the way these two ideas interact? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? The needle touched down, and the song flew forth on the tepid breeze like something enchanted. What do these words suggest in this context? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? The coconut groves stilled their palm trees and listened in the distance. The large morning star seemed to swell and shrink, as if, suspended from a line, it was moistening itself The author uses words more appropriate to human actors; why are they used in this context? Connotation? Significance in story? What important information is it communicating to the reader? 5

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