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We're reading a book in English class and my teacher asked us to 1. Note a character to whom you responded. and 2. note a location to which you could relate or that reminded you of a similar place/memory in your own experience. What does it mean by a character to whom I responded? and on the second one does it mean an actual location in the book or a certain part of the book that i related to? Thanks so much!

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    1. a character you liked or whom you understood well

    2. a location (place) in the book

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    The character should be one that you like and feel that you have something in common with. Perhaps your experiences, beliefs, or feelings are similar. I suppose it could be a character toward whom you feel an intense hatred.

    The place is an actual place in the book that you like. I relate to places I've actually seen in person or in a movie or a TV documentary.

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