Lit Circles project

Lit Circles project

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  • Angela Wexler from the Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
  • Turn, dear
  • Please be careful, my Angela is very delicate.
  • Without dress
  • Physical Description
  • With Wedding Dress
  • Strongest Trait
  • Don't tell anyone, Turtle, but I am the bomber!
  • What?! Really?! Why would you do such a thing?
  • One character in the Westing Game is Angela Wexler, the daughter of Jake and Grace Wexler. Angela also has a little sister named Turtle. Angela's first appearance in the book is when she was trying on her wedding dress. "...fitting of her wedding dress" (Raskin 9). Angela is also soon going to be married to Dr. Denton Deere.
  • Beginning
  • Angela Wexler is a beautiful 20 year old. She has an angel face and elegant, long blond hair. "...golden-haired, angel-faced Angela" (Raskin 10). This text evidence (said by Grace Angela's mom) just shows how her mother thinks about Angela an probably how others think too. She is obviously very gorgeous and know for her beauty.
  • Middle
  • We have to figure out how these clues link together.
  • Angela's strongest trait throughout most of the book is secretive. "... that sure was a dumb thing to do" (Raskin 99). This is when Turtle finds out Angela was actually the real bomber. Throughout the whole book Angela hides a lot of things from people. One example is that Angela hid that she was the bomber. Also she hid how she really was. She specifically hid things from her parents.
  • End
  • Come on, let's go home and get some rest.
  • Angela 's character trait at the beginning of the book is restricted/controlled. She is kind of controlled by her mom. She barely gets to make her own decisions. " ...but of course, you'll soon to be a member of the family. Come, sit next to your bride-to-be" (Raskin 23). This piece of evidence shows how Angela doesn't really have a say. Basically her mom talks for her. Maybe Angela didn't want Dr. Deere to sit next to her. But her mom made him sit there.
  • Here Dr. Deere go sit over there with Angela.
  • Ummm... ok?
  • Angela's character trait in the middle of the book is interactive and interacting with more people. "Just keep reading the clues" (Raskin 130). This piece of evidence takes place when Sydelle and Angela were trying to connect all the clues together. Angela's character trait is interactive because she is talking to more people than she was in the beginning. She was kind of shy/controlled in the beginning.
  • Clue
  • Clue
  • Then we can find out who the murderer is.
  • Clue
  • Angela's character trait at the end is she is open and unrestricted. "Angela was on her own. Well, that's what she wanted, wasn't it? Yes, yes it was" (Raskin 134). This text evidence shows that all throughout the book, all Angela wanted was to be free and not controlled by her mom. When Angela got out of the hospital her parents didn't ask her about how she is doing of how she got out. They just walked passed her. She can finally make her own decisions.
  • Everything seems right now.
  • Come on we have stuff to do!
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