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1. What is the setting (time and place) of the novel? ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 2. What conflict or conflicts do the main characters face? ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ 3. Explain the climax of these conflicts (how they are resolved).

A crudely drawn map b. a coded message c. a cloth-bound cross 11. What did Alan want John Breck to say to James of the Glens? a. that the redcoats were coming b. that Alan needed money c. that the people were starving 12. What bad news did John Breck have to tell Alan? a. James was too poor to help. b. James had been murdered by the redcoats. c. A reward had been offered for Alan and David’s capture. Saddleback Publishing, Inc. com Kidnapped SG 09/25/06 9:03 PM Page 31 18 KIDNAPPED • Chapter 7 WORDS AND MEANINGS NAME ____________________________________ DATE _______________________ A.

5. _____ The poor Highlanders hide weapons everywhere they can. e. The murderer would be tried by a jury of Campbells. 6. _____ A gunshot rings out on the roadside. f. He thinks his heart will burst. 7. _____ Alan refuses to identify the gunman. g. The Red Fox falls from his horse. 8. _____ The Red Fox is a member of the Campbell clan. h. The gentleman is offended. B. Answer the questions in your own words. If you need help, look back through Chapter 6. 1. What might be the effect of saying Alan Breck’s name aloud?

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