For the Sake of Elena Fun Activities

Elizabeth George
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This Is What I Saw

Imagine you are Rosalyn Simpson. While running early one morning, you see another woman on the running path. Only later do you realize that you may have seen the face of a murderer, and she has seen you. Write your impressions of the murderer as well as your fears, hopes, and questions after realizing that she has seen you too.

The Characters Involved

Pick any five of the characters that George portrays in the story. For each character, identify their main characteristics or traits and why each of these characteristics are important to the character's development and actions. Then, for each of your identified characters, find an image (from a magazine, web site, newspaper, etc.) that portrays the character as you imagine him (or her).

Meet Anthony Weaver

Imagine you are a biographer and have been assigned Anthony Weaver as your next subject...

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