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Question Answer
John Burke sits in a chair all day because he-has a mental disability.
When Lizabeth hears her father cry, the emotion she feels is-fear.
The two events that contribute most directly to the end of Lizabeth's innocence are-hearing her father cry and then pulling up Ms. Lottie's marigolds.
Lizabeth begins to have compassion when she-is able to feel Ms. Lottie's pain and despair.
The story shows that during the depression-finding the strength to cope with poverty and lack of work was difficult.
Ms. Lottie grows marigolds in order to-create a patch of small beauty.
Which of the following emotions best describes what Lizabeth feels for Ms. Lottie at the end of the story?Admiration.
Lizabeth's youthful destructiveness cannot be explained by her-fear of John Burke.
When the boys threw stones, Lizabeth hesitates at first. What makes her join in?She doesn't want to seem scared.
The last line of the story "And I too have planted marigolds," implies that the adult Lizabeth-has also tried to create beauty amid suffering.
A character's motivation is the character's-reason for an action.
Which of the following events is an example of external conflict?Kids throw rocks at Miss Lottie's flowers.
Which statement reflects an internal conflict in the story?Lizabeth hesitates before throwing rocks at the marigolds.
In the final interaction between Lizabeth and Miss Lottie-Miss Lottie stares at Lizabeth wordlessly.