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A&P

A&P

  

by John Updike

A&P: Symbols True or False

1. The shoppers are referred to as__________. -> Sheep
2. The two girls who don't lead are considered_________. -> Sheep
3. Which is a fancy, expensive item mentioned in the story? -> Herring
4. Fancy in the narrator's household means what? -> Waterford glasses
5. Who is not a character in this story? -> Girl in the Purple Polka Dot Bikini

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