Ham On Rye - Part 12
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(p. 1) What does Chinaski do to prepare for his future?
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(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 . . .”?
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(p. 1) What do you think Chinaski means when he says, “There was no escape”?
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(p. 2) Where does Chinaski see Becker again?
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(p. 3) How does Chinaski describe Becker?
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(p. 4) What does Becker say to try to convince Chinaski to join the Marines?
Copy this specific passage from the text.
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(p. 5) While Becker and Chinaski are in the bar, what important news bulletin do they hear on the radio?
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(p. 6) What war did the bartender fight in?
(p. 7) Describe Chinaski’s favorite machine at the penny arcade:
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(p. 8) Why isn’t the boy in school?
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(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?"
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What is strange about what Chinaski is doing at the end of the story?
(compared with what other people his age are doing)
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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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