Code Name Verity Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Elizabeth E. Wein
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Part I (Pages 1 - 66)

• The following version of this book was used to create this lesson plan: Wein, Elizabeth. Code Name Verity. Hyperion, New York, 2012.

• This book is written in the past tense and from the first person perspective, with the first half of the book from the perspective of Julie Beaufort-Stuart and the second half of the book from the perspective of Maddie Brodatt.

• Part I opens with the written confession of Julie Beaufort-Stuart, a Special Operations Executive in the British Army in 1943.

• Julie is being held at Gestapo headquarters in Ormaie, France, after being captured by the Nazis there some weeks earlier.

• At this point in the book, the reader only knows Julie as "Queenie," her nickname among her British colleagues.

• Queenie is writing her "confession" in tones that are at turns defiant and full of shame.

• Queenie is ashamed to have made a deal with...

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