CRQs: Chapters 16-17
Answer all Questions completely on a separate piece of paper. Staple this prompt to your answers. Open book. Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Due at the end of the period.
A) Perry is wounded. While recovering he reads to another wounded man. Then he writes a letter to his mom. What does he write about? How does he feel about the letter? What does think about writing? What does that mean?
B) While Perry is in the hospital: Who else does he write to? Why and about what? Who speaks to him? About what? Who visits him? How does he feel about this? What advice of PeeWee’s does he consider? Why?
C) Ch 17. When Perry returns he senses “something wrong in the air.” What is it? Why is this a problem? The problem is not explicitly stated. How is it revealed?
D) Explain the context in which Lobel says “It means you ask too many questions.” What are they talking about? Is it significant that Lobel is the one who says this? Why?
E) Explain the part about the doll and mother and child at the end of chapter 17.