Kari’s mother forgives her for losing the necklace.
Kari tells her mother that she lost the necklace.
Kari’s mother is upset with Kari for losing the necklace.
Kari fears telling her mother about the lost necklace.
It takes the focus off the emotions in the story.
It helps the reader better understand each character.
It keeps the location of the necklace a surprise.
It allows the reader to pick a favorite character.
Meheer thinks the necklace is not really valuable.
Meheer thinks Kari is very irresponsible.
Meheer knows the necklace is no longer lost.
Meheer knows Kari’s mother has the necklace.
Poor but generous
Young and forgetful
Strict but kind
Responsible and amusing
Kari first receives the necklace.
Kari loses the necklace the second time.
Kari thanks Meheer for finding the necklace.
Kari puts the necklace in her pocket.
Individual vs. society
Individual vs. nature
Individual vs. supernatural
Individual vs. self
My lab partner Meheer bicycled up . . .
Meheer hopped off his bike.
“There’s always tomorrow . . .”
Has the potential to cause harm
Makes very little sound
Flows at a very rapid pace
Curves in its direction
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