Describe the central message of “The Oak and the Linden Tree” and how it is conveyed through key details.
Book: Classic Starts: Roman Myths by Diane Namm pp. 33 – 37 — “The Oak and the Linden Tree”
What statement best describes a central message in the story?
Which sentence from “The Oak and the Linden Tree” best supports the answer to Part A?
What is the central message of "The Oak and the Linden Tree"? How does the author use key details to convey the central message?
took pity (v.)
felt sadness or sympathy for someone
given too much of something
the state of being morally bad