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Laurie Halse Anderson
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Chapter 1 Summary
Chapter 2 Summary
Chapter 3 Summary
Chapters 4-5 Summary
Chapter 6 Summary
Chapter 7 Summary
Chapter 8 Summary
Chapter 9 Summary
Chapter 10 Summary
Chapter 11 Summary
Chapter 12 Summary
Chapter 13 Summary
Chapter 14 Summary
Chapter 15 Summary
Chapter 16 Summary
Chapter 17 Summary
Chapter 18 Summary
Chapter 19 Summary
Chapter 20 Summary
Chapter 21 Summary
Chapter 22 Summary
Chapter 23 Summary
Chapter 24 Summary
Chapter 25 Summary
Chapter 26 Summary
Chapter 27 Summary
Chapter 28 Summary
Chapter 29 Summary
Chapter 30 Summary
Chapter 31 Summary
Chapter 32 Summary
Chapter 33 Summary
Chapter 34 Summary
Chapter 35 Summary
Chapter 36 Summary
Chapter 37 Summary
Chapter 38 Summary
Chapter 39 Summary
Chapter 40 Summary
Chapter 41 Summary
Chapter 42 Summary
Chapter 43 Summary
Chapter 44 Summary
Chapter 45 Summary
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Chains Questions and Answers
In Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson, what do bees symbolize?
What are the conflicts in the novel Chains?
In Chains, what challenges does Isabel face and how do they change her?
How does Isabel's viewpoint differentiate between freedom and liberty in Chains, according to Mr. Lockton's explanation?
What does Isabel mean by "I was chained between two nations" in Chains?
In Chains, who is "the beast" the mayor of New York refers to, and what does he mean?
What examples of figurative language are in chapters 40-43 of Chains?
In Chains, how does Curzon propose to help Isabel gain her freedom?
Can you provide an example of personification from the book Chains?
What is the difference between a servant and a slave in Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson?
How does the primary source at the start of Chains chapter 2 relate to the story's events?
What does freedom mean to Mr. Lockton in Chains?
What does the water pump symbolize in Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson?
In Chains, what mood is created through the figurative language and how does the author create it?
What happened to Ruth at the end of Chains?
What are some characteristics of the character Isabel in Chains?
In "Chains", who was attempting to assassinate George Washington and why?
How does Isabel's view of freedom differ from Curzon's in chapter 6 of Chains?
What are 5 things you know about Ruth and how does Isabel feel about her?
What are the key scenes in Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson?
Why does Madam instruct Isabel to serve Master Lockton in Chains?
In Chains, when does Isabel understand Thomas Paine's words in Common Sense?
In Chains, what does the "lion inside of Isabel" represent?
How does the setting of Chains impact the story and its characters?
In Laurie Halse Anderson's Chains, what is hidden in Master Lockton's wife's linen chest?
Identify six examples of suspense in Chains, chapters 16–17, pages 98-104.
Can you provide a quote describing Mrs. Lockton's appearance in Chains?
What figurative language in chapters 14-15 of Chains describes the Loyalists' feelings about the Patriots?
What is the climax of Chains and its location?
In Chains, what does the River Jordan represent?
How did the fire impact the relationship between Isabel and Lady Seymour?
How does our knowledge of the American Revolution's outcome add to the suspense?
What is the historical context of Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson?
What is an example of alliteration in the book Chains?
In "Chains", what was the money in Madam Lockton's linen chest intended for?
What advice does Becky give Isabel in chapter 7 of Chains, before discussing Lady Clarissa Seymour?
What words are used to describe New York in the story Chains?
Describe the character Ruth from Laurie Halse Anderson's novel Chains.
What are five historical facts about the fire and its aftermath in Chains?
Describe the personality and traits of Isabel from Laurie Halse Anderson's Chains.
In Anderson's Chains, what does the quote "The beast has grown too large... we need to cut off its head" refer to?
Where do the Locktons live in "Chains"?
Can you identify situations where the Locktons exhibit duplicity in "Chains"?
What are the motifs in Chains by Laurie Halse Andersen?
What are the three major events in Laurie Halse Anderson's Chains?
What are two songs that relate to Chains?
In chapter 21 of Chains, what does Isabel mean by feeling “chained between two nations?”
What is a metaphor in chapter 13 of Chains?
How does Curzon end up in jail while aiding the Patriots in Chains?
What is Isabel's first act of bravery in the book Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson?