"contents Of The Dead Man's Pocket"

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1.  At the beginning of the story, what seems to be the most important thing in Tom  Benecke’s life?  
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2.  Which of the following events happened first in “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket”?  
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3.  Which of the following events causes Tom to go out on the ledge?  
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4.  Which even in “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” causes Tom to panic?  
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5.  Which of the following is a moment of high suspense in the story?
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6.  Why doesn’t Tom simply wait for his wife to come home and help him?
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7.  Why does Tom change his attitude toward life?
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8.  Often, a seemingly minor detail mentioned early in a short story becomes very important later. Which of the following details later becomes important to Tom’s efforts to get back into his apartment? 
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9.  Which of the following is an example of internal conflict in “contents of the Dead Man’s  Pocket”?  
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10.  What does Tom decide the contents of his pockets would say about him if he were to  fall and die?
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11.  In “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket,” Tom has an important realization during his  terrible experience on the ledge. What is this realization?  
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12.  What is “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” mostly about?  
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13.  Which of the following is an example of internal conflict in “Contents of the Dead Man’s  Pocket”?  
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14.  In an essay, identify what Tom values the most at the beginning of “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket.” Then, state what is most important to him at the end of the story. Explain why Tom’s experience on the ledge changed his values. 
15.  “Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket” contains both internal and external conflicts. In an essay, describe a conflict from the story and state whether it is an internal or external conflict. Then, tell how the conflict is resolved in the story.
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