Ham On Rye - Part 12
Answer the following questions using Complete Sentences:
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(p. 1) What does Chinaski do to prepare for his future?
(p. 1) What do you think Chinaski means when he says, “if you’re going to go, you might as well take eight, or ten or twenty of them with you . . .”?
(p. 1) What do you think Chinaski means when he says, “There was no escape”?
(p. 2) Where does Chinaski see Becker again?
(p. 3) How does Chinaski describe Becker?
(p. 4) What does Becker say to try to convince Chinaski to join the Marines?
Copy this specific passage from the text.
(p. 5) While Becker and Chinaski are in the bar, what important news bulletin do they hear on the radio?
(p. 6) What war did the bartender fight in?
The Afghan War
The Vietnam War
(p. 7) Describe Chinaski’s favorite machine at the penny arcade:
(p. 8) Why isn’t the boy in school?
(p. 9) What “seemed very important” to Chinaski?
The quotation from the story is, "It seemed very important. I didn’t know why it was important and I kept thinking, why do I think this is so important?"
What is strange about what Chinaski is doing at the end of the story?
(compared with what other people his age are doing)
Why do you think the author chose to end the story this way?
What does this ending say about the kind of person Chinaski is, and about the author himself?
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