“Lather and Nothing Else” by Hernando Tellez p. 342 Literary Definitions: Narrative Point of View Conflict Climax Answer the following questions in full sentences. 1. Before we find out who Captain Torres is, we are given clues that he is some one to be feared. Quote at least two lines that tell us this. 2. What narrative point of view is this story told in? Why do you think the author chose this narrative technique? 3. What is the conflict in this story? Quote a line that best captures this conflict. 4. In a T chart, list the barber’s mental arguments for and against killing Torres. 5. Quote the line that you think is the climax. 6. Do you think the barber made the right choice? Explain. 7. What does Torres’ last comment say about him? 8. Explain how the title is appropriate for this story.