Bystander: Book Summary & Characters


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What type of moral lesson does the novel Bystander convey?

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1. What style does the author use in Bystander to represent his characters?

2. Which trait best characterizes Griffin in Bystander?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet tests your knowledge of the important characters and the overall plot in Bystander. You'll review your understanding of the moral lesson in the book as well as the style used in this work.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The intention of this quiz and worksheet is to see what you know about:

  • The moral lesson of the story
  • What style the author uses to represent his characters
  • Characteristics of Griffin in the book
  • Describing Eric

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure you are able to draw out the moral lesson of this book from what you read
  • Knowledge application - use understanding of Griffin in the book to answer a question about him
  • Information recall - remember what part David identifies with in the novel

Additional Learning

There is a more complete review of this topic provided in the lesson Bystander: Book Summary & Characters. In this lesson, you can read more about:

  • What the title refers to
  • Eric's realization about his behavior
  • Key characters in the story
  • Understanding the Bystander Effect
  • Why people fail to take action