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    It sounds like you are writing a paper on the book Rules by Cynthia Lord, or perhaps your teacher has asked you to consider the book for class discussion. The author does not explicitly say what...

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    When choosing adjectives to describe a character, we can turn to the text and see what the author has to say about someone. What adjectives (descriptive words) does the author use to tell us about...

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    Minor characters in any story are characters the story does not center around. However, they often complete the main characters in some way and help move the conflict and resolution of the story...

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    In Cynthia Lord's young reader's novel Rules, Catherine gets uneasy because she has mixed emotions about being Jason's friend. But her mixed emotions run much deeper than that; she is not merely...

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    Hmmmmm, ... I have always referred to it as a plot "diagram" or a plot "timeline." Therefore, let me tell you what I teach my students and see how we could fit it into a "plot chart" that you...

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    In Cynthia Lord's novel about a family coping with a child's autism, Rules, eight-year-old David's favorite activity is visiting the video store. For children with autism, especially those higher...

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    The protagonist of Rules by Cynthia Lord is twelve-year-old Catherine, and her job is to be a caretaker for her eight-year-old brother, David. School has ended and summer has begun, and things...

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    The current cover of Cynthia Lord's novel Rules includes a rubber duck floating above a fish. This image references the times when David, the autistic brother of the narrator (Catherine), places...

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    This is a difficult question to answer because it is a subjective question for which the answer depends entirely upon your views of society, education, culture, and family roles. Some people might...

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    In order to answer this question, you must first understand Venn diagrams. A Venn diagram is a tool in logic that visually illustrates what is different about or the same between two or more...

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    Rules addresses an important topic, autism. Tone is how an author chooses words to create emotion in the reader. Throughout this novel, we sometimes want to laugh and sometimes want to cry. In...

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    The most significant kind of prejudice in Cynthia Lord's book, Rules, is that directed toward the physically or mentally impaired. The book gets its title from the rules Catherine makes up for her...

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