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Baloo had grown old and stiff. Synonym: ____________________ 2. The wolf’s sides were streaked with blood, his right forepaw useless. Antonym: ____________________ 3. The Dekkan was empty of game. Antonym: ____________________ 4. In a few days, a little strength will come back. Antonym: ____________________ 5. “Please forgive me. It was my fault,” admitted Mowgli. Synonym: ____________________ 6. Mowgli ran off into the darkness. Antonym: ____________________ 7. ” Synonym: ____________________ 8.

_____ 6. Akela told Mowgli that a man with a ____________________ was following his trail. _____ 7. As the wolves frightened Buldeo and his men up into the trees, Mowgli ____________________ to the village. _____ 8. The villagers waved clubs and ____________________ as they rushed to Messua’s hut. _____ 9. When the villagers broke into Messua’s hut, Bagheera ____________________ and the villagers ran away. _____ 10. Messua and her ____________________ hurried off into the jungle. _____ 11. Hathi said he had no ____________________ with the villagers.

Then study the literary themes listed in the box. bravery guilt madness loyalty love science revenge friendship injustice revolution repentance greed nature courage regret hope war youth Authors often want to deliver a message about their themes. This message, usually a deeply held belief, is expressed in the story. Think about the novel you just read. What theme or themes can you recognize? What was the main idea? What point was the author trying to make about that theme? What message was delivered?

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