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  • The figurative language was "I will rip the toungs out of those bells."
  • chapters 8 to 11
  • This relates to the unit theme because the people ran from the disiese to make life better for them to.
  • A quote from the passage was " almost 400 people have died."
  • 12 to 15
  • The figurative language was “Here we are chatting like magpies."
  • This relates to the unit theme because Mattie body didn't feel well. So to make her recover her body shut down.
  • My connection to the passage is when I get home from school I feel like I want to pass out from hunger.
  • The figurative language the streets of Philadelphia are more dangerous than your darkest nightmares.
  • 16 to 19
  • A quote from the passage was " fever victims lay in the gutters."
  • This relates to the unit theme because Mattie and her grandfather left to find, Mattie's mom and a better place to live.
  • My connection to the story is when I left my cousins house.
  • bye
  • The grandfather and Mattie tryed to get away from the yellow fever. They traveled by wagon to leave the city.
  • 20 to 22
  • My connection to this was when i first heard about Ebola I was very dangerous a had no cure.
  • Mattie and her grandfather were kiked out of the wagon because the grand famalie was sick with yellow fever.
  • 23 to 25
  • A quote from the passage is "they told of thieves who crept in and stole jewelry off the dead and dyeing."
  • My connection to this was when I had to leave home for a field trip.
  • you two ready to go
  • The figurative language in the passage is, it was hard to take care of those rapscallions.
  • Grandfather and Matilda bid farewell to Rush Hill and Mrs. Flagg. They ride into Philadelphia on a wagon with five children being sent to the orphanage. Matilda sits next to Mrs. Bowles, a Quaker dressed in gray.
  • 26 to 29
  • This relates to the unit theme because Mattie mom went home because it may be safer.
  • The figurative language in the passage is she felt like a frail bird.
  • A quote from the passage mother was "skinny and pale but survived the fever."
  • This relates to the unit theme because Mattie has to cope with the loss of her grandfather and her missing mother.
  • Before they get to the coffee house, Matilda gives Eliza the short version of the story about Grandfather's death. On a happier note, Eliza tells Matilda that Mother recovered from the fever and, as far as Eliza knows, was headed to the farm to meet Matilda and Grandfather.
  • A quote from the passage was "a few weeks ago Dr. Benjamin Rush wrote to Reverend Allen asking for help."
  • so grandfather has died ...
  • The figurative language in the passage was "if you two don't behave i'll send ghost after you both."
  • My connection to the passage is when my grandfather died last year.
  • Eliza and Matilda use a mule cart sent by mother Smith to transport the children to the coffeehouse. Eliza and Matilda make a sickroom in the cool downstairs of the coffeehouse.
  • A quote from the passage was "bodies where in the sewers."
  • This relates to the unit theme because Mattie and Eliza went to take the boys to a better place like the coffee house.
  • Matilda and her mother are reunited: They embrace and then Nathaniel introduces himself to Mrs. Cook. Everyone is shocked by mother's thin, frail appearance.
  • My connection to the story is when my mom had to tell me my cousin (who was my best friend) died.
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