The reading file consists of a number of general questions and a number of specific questions.

Define the kind of text you are going to read and before you start reading, browse through the questions you are expected to deal with. Everything in English, please. Name Class Teacher Date due version Date made . Title of the book $. )uthor of the book *. +n one sentence say why you decided to read this book. %. ,hat were your expectations about the contents of the book before you started reading(. +n one sentence say what the story is about. .. /ive information about at least two of the characters in the book. 0xplain their relationship. 1. 2ay whether you have or have not been able to identify with one of the characters. ,hy# ,hy not-

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