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Additional Selection Questions. 1. KEY IDEA: LOYALTY How would you describe Lob’s loyalty toward Sandy? Lob is devoted heart and soul to her. He is a constant and faithful companion who is loving and reliable. . . .continued. Additional Selection Questions.

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1. KEY IDEA: LOYALTY How would you describe Lob’s loyalty toward Sandy?

Lob is devoted heart and soul to her. He is a constant and faithful companion who is loving and reliable.

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2. UNDERSTAND FORESHADOWING How does foreshadowing contribute to a story?

It creates suspense and excitement. Readers become involved in the story and want to read further.

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3. RECALL Why is Mr. Pengelly relieved when Mr. Dodsworth says he will give Lob to them?

Lob is a pedigree. The Pengellys cannot afford to buy Lob from Mr. Dodsworth.

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4. KEY IDEA: LOYALTY What message about loyalty is conveyed throughout this story?

Loyalty is an immensely powerful emotion. Neither time nor distance can break a bond of loyalty.

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5. ANALYZE FORESHADOWING In what way do Lob’s two journeys from Liverpool foreshadow his final journey back to Sandy?

The two journeys from Liverpool show immense determination and strength on Lob’s part. They suggest that he will do whatever it takes to be with Sandy.

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6. IDENTIFY SEQUENCE What might have happened if Mrs. Pearce had not arrived at the hospital when she did?

Lob may not have been able to see and save Sandy.

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7. EVALUATE Why is the story entitled “Lob’s Girl” instead of “Sandy’s Dog”?

Lob is the protagonist in the story. His choice of Sandy as his girl drives all of the action in the story.

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8. KEY IDEA: LOYALTY Is loyalty always a positive quality? Explain.

No. Sometimes, feeling loyalty to one person can cause problems for others. For example, Lob’s loyalty to Sandy disrupts the lives of the Pengellys and causes many problems for Mr. Dodsworth.

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9. EVALUATE FORESHADOWING Mr. Dodsworth is described as “put out” (line 127) when he arrives in Cornwall to take Lob home and “weary” (line 141) when he answers the phone. Could Mr. Dodsworth’s attitude towards Lob’s disappearance foreshadow events to come?

Yes. Both of these examples show that Lob is causing problems for Mr. Dodsworth. His frustration with the situation may force him to look for an alternate solution, such as giving Lob to the Pengelly family.

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10. ANALYZE SEQUENCE The author chooses to narrate the events in chronological sequence, although some events, such as Sandy’s accident and Lob’s burial, occur without the readers’ knowledge. How does this pattern of organization affect the story?

Not knowing the outcome of the conflicts ahead of time helps to create suspense. The sequential order helps readers follow what happens and makes the story more realistic.