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Lying LYTIQUE ____________________, White Fang realized there was a strange DOG ____________________ in the house. 6. White Fang sprang onto the man’s REDSLOUSH ____________________ and UDRIBE ____________________ his fangs in his neck. 7. Jim Hall’s SLUBTEL ____________________ had seriously DOWNUDE ____________________ White Fang. 8. For weeks, White Fang was bound up in EGABSAND ____________________ and TSACS ____________________. 9. The gods LEDIMS ____________________ as the puppies MUTBLED ____________________ over White Fang.
Review the Glossary definition of conflict. Then describe one example of a conflict in this novel. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2. Review the Glossary definition of imagery. Then give two examples of the author’s artful use of figurative language. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 3. Select your favorite short passage from the novel.
_________________________ Explain how. ________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 7. Write three lines of dialogue or description from the novel that helped you understand this character. ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 8. On the back of this sheet, write a sentence telling how you and the character are alike.