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Give an example to prove your point. ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 4. Compare and contrast two story characters—Captain Nemo and Pierre Aronnax. Name at least one similarity and one difference. ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 5. The events in this fictional journey took place in the late 1860s. At that time, little was known about the deep seas.
____________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ 10. com 45 20,000 Leagues SG 09/25/06 8:48 PM Page 46 32 SADDLEBACK CLASSICS GLOSSARY STUDY: ________________________________________________ (TITLE OF NOVEL) NAME ____________________________________ DATE _______________________ 1. Review the Literary Glossary definition of conflict. Then describe one example of a conflict in this novel. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2.
B. Write an antonym (word with the opposite meaning) from the box next to each puzzle word. confusion stupidity 1. honor / __________________ disgrace serene agitated 2. calm / __________________ C. Complete each sentence with a word from the puzzle. 1. Having broken off from a glacier, an ________________ floats in the sea. 2. ________________ grow around the head or mouth of some animals. 3. If you’re not sure of an answer, you might ________________ before guessing. 4. A new novel is usually ________________ about nine months after it is written.