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The Bass, The River, And Sheila Mant

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The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant
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1.  The narrator is 14 and Sheila is...
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2.  While Sheila sunbathed, the narrator tried to impress her by...
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3.  On the way to Dixford, Sheila talks about all of the following EXCEPT...
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4.  The narrator  _________________ before he picked Sheila up to go to Dixford.
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5.  As Sheila and the narrator head to Dixford, Sheila admits she...
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6.  As Sheila and the narrator head to Dixford, the narrator...
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7.  The conflict of this story occurs when ____________________.
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8.  The Connecticut River defines the border between ____________________.
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9.  The climax of the story is when the narrator chooses to _________________.
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10.  The falling action of this story occurs when Sheila ____________________.
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11.  The resolution of this story is when the narrators says __________________.
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12.  The three "fish" in this story could be:
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13.  The conflict that applies in this story is...
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14.  A fishing lure is a device attached to the end of a fishing line to attract fish. Lures in this story could be...
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15.  Perhaps it was easier for the narrator to forget Sheila. It was harder for the narrator to forget the bass because he___________________.
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