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Study Guide for Bleachers by John Grisham - BookNotes

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STUDY GUIDE - BLEACHERS BY JOHN GRISHAM

ANSWER KEY



1.) b

2.) c

3.) c

4.) a

5.) c

6.) a

7.) b

8.) c

9.) c

10.) a

11.) a

12.) b

13.) c

14.) a

15.) a


ESSAY TOPICS - BOOK REPORT IDEAS

1. Explain how Scotty Reardons death is an example of how adults can go too far while teaching children or young people about life.

2. Describe what happens in the bleachers while the players wait for Coach Rake to die. How does this experience contribute to Neelys catharsis?...........


............. 10. Neely leaves the other players who came to the funeral with the promise that he will return the following year to mark the first anniversary of Eddie Rakes death with them. Do you think he will keep his promise? Why or why not? Be specific.

 

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