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13 Reasons Why Study Guide
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- Who is the protagonist? Describe her character: a. in the beginning of the story, b. at the end of the story
- Name 5 characters in the story that are antagonist. Tell why they are considered antagonist (What did they do? How did it affect the protagonist?)
- There were 13 sides to the tapes. Which side does NOT have an antagonist listed? Who is listed? What is their significance to the story?
- Cassette 1, Side A’s overall lesson is “rumors hurt”. What happened?
- Who was responsible for invading Hannah’s privacy? What happened? What was her response?
- What is the significance of Monet’s Garden and Café?
In the story, the author makes several statements that leads the reader to think about common challenges teenagers face in day to day life. Using complete sentences, explain the following quotes in the story.
- “I don’t know which one is the most popular. But I do know which is the least popular. The truth.” – Hannah
- “ When you hold people up for ridicule, you have to take responsibility when other people act on it.”
- “ And what about you – the rest of you – did you notice the scars youleft behind? No. probably not… Because most of them can’t be seen with the naked eye.”
Provide examples of the following:
- person vs. person
- person vs. self
- Clay is considered a _______________ character. Describe the way hechanges from the beginning of the story to the end of the story.
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This is the study guide to help students identify important aspects of this novel.