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The Dinner Party by Mona Gardner

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by Susan Monroe on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of The Dinner Party by Mona Gardner

by Mona Gardner The Dinner Party a contradiction between what happens and what is expected Directions:
1. Read the clue on the screen.
2. Look at your word bank.
3. Write your answer on the board. irony the setting of the story India the author's purpose for writing this story... entertain give up as in payment of a fine or penalty forfeit The main idea of this story is... women CAN control their nerves capturing and holding the attention arresting Why did the guests follow the American's instructions for the game? They wanted the challenge Which character has the most self control? the hostess becoming smaller, drawing together contracting another word for commotion
is... disturbance Which type of Irony is this? A couple appears in court to finalize a divorce, but instead they remarry. situational This is what the guests are discussing around the dinner table. the differences between men & women The American in the story is someone who specializes in the history of plants & animals.
What is he? a naturalist Which type of Irony is this? verbal Another word for veranda
is... porch The reactions of the hostess make the colonel's argument seem... foolish Which type of Irony is this? dramatic Which type of irony is this? verbal
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