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The Time Traveler: smart, brave, inventive, curious  

 

 

Weena: bad swimmer, carefree, fearful, childlike

 

 

Morlocks: greedy, clever, sneaky, carnivorous

 

 

 

 

 

 

The effects of those characteristics on the plot and resolution of the conflict . . . .

George, the time traveler, was very smart, inventive, and curious which led him to make a time machine and go to the future. The Morlocks were very greedy and they wanted to eat all of the Eloi.

The time traveler didn’t want the Eloi to get demolished so he had to help them. Good luck with that!

George is credible because he has characteristics that a normal human might have. Weena and the Morlocks are not credible because there aren’t many people that are helpless and there aren’t too many living things that eat people.

 

On this page include the following information about your book:

Reading Standard 3.2

Pictures and names of the characters - list their characteristics

Write about the effects of those characteristics on the plot and resolution of the conflict (how do their personalities affect what happens in the story?).

Reading Standard 3.8

Are the characters credible? Why?

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