At the beginning of the story, which of the following is most upsetting to Della?
Della's hair and Jim's watch have always made them feel...
Why does Jim react so strangely when Della tells him she has sold her hair?
When Jim and Della realize the full extent of what they have done, they...
Jim's gold watch, his finest possession, is a family heirloom, inherited from his...
"...Della's beautiful hair fell about her, rippling and shining like a cascade of brown waters"
Della's hair reaches her _____ before she cuts it
How much does Della sell her hair for?
Of these events, which happened last?
Which statement best expresses the theme of this story
What type of irony was used in the story?
The repetition of "gray" reinforces the ____ mood
What point of view is the story told in?
What character trait(s) does Della possess?
Della chooses the gift she gets for Jim because it...
Della is overcome with mixed feelings about her gift that gift that include all the following EXCEPT?
At the end of the story, Jim plans to put the fob chain away for safekeeping because...
The theme of this story is that Jim and Della's love for each other is much more valuable than
Which word(s) best describe the tone of this story?
"... life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating" is what mood?