Project Discussion Board
RE: Chapter Five
Posted by: jessicam
When: 4/19/2004 12:47:38 AM
Jessica Mazzoli Chapter Five Literary Role: Discussion Director (originally illustrator) 1. In this chapter, Violet seems to be the voice of reason for the children and in dealing with Mr. Poe. Do you think she will continue to have this role and what are some clues that the author gives that makes us think that she is in control? 2. Looking back at the children’s meeting with Mr. Poe, how do you think he really feels about the children? 3. The Baudelaire children really enjoy reading books. Towards the end of the chapter, the author tells us that the children use reading as an escape from their “predicament.” Have you ever used reading as an escape? What else helps you to relax and not think about things that are unhappy or bothering you? In response to: Please describe your thoughts on this chapter from your literature circle role perspective.
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