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The View from Saturday

The View from Saturday

by E. L. Konigsburg

The View from Saturday: Themes (for the most part) True or False

1. Why are the choices in The View from Saturday important? -> Because we seldom have to make choices every day so it gives us some exposure.
2. What is friendship like in The View from Saturday? -> Some sort of weird, mystic connection
3. What is the paradox about competition within The View from Saturday? -> For apparently not caring about the win, the souls are good at competition.
4. Who does The View from Saturday present as the wisest character? -> Hamilton
5. How does The View from Saturday express moral principles? -> The souls form a strong team because each of them knows the difference between right and wrong.

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