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Q: Which of the following conflicts does the story “The Other Side of the Hedge” present? A. What will happen to us after we die? B. Will people degenerate to chaos without laws? C. Why do
bad things happen to good people? D. Which is more valuable, goals or relationships?
A: D.Which is more valuable,goals or relationships-conflicts of the story ?The Other Side of the Hedge?.
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User: Which of the following conflicts does the story “The Other Side of the Hedge” present? A. What will happen to us after we die? B. Will people degenerate to chaos without laws? C. Why do bad things happen to good people? D. Which is more valuable, goals or relationships?

Weegy: D.Which is more valuable,goals or relationships-conflicts of the story ?The Other Side of the Hedge?.
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: Which of the following describes the role of allegory in literature? A. It uses fantasy elements to introduce and enforce scientific truths. B. It uses realism to describe current cultural issues or events. C. It uses symbolism to support ideas or beliefs about human existence. D. It uses descriptions of everyday life to interpret supernatural events.

Weegy: C. It uses symbolism to support ideas or beliefs about human existence.
shifa saleheen|Points 9923|

User: In literature, an allegorical work A. uses symbolism to support an overarching theme of morality or virtue. B. explores issues of popular culture. C. uses conflict between heroes and heroines to expose human frailties. D. explores religious themes.

Weegy: b
selymi|Points 9916|

User: Given that Forster's story is an allegory, the reader should A. look for ways the author may be trying to trick the reader. B. consider the possibility of multiple conceptual meanings. C. apply popularly accepted conventions when reading it. D. take the words and phrases literally.

Weegy: B. consider the possibility of multiple conceptual meanings.
hanzyboy|Points 4372|

User: The theme of competition is most directly addressed in E. M. Forster's short story through his characterization of A. the athlete who runs past them. B. the people passing by them. C. the man's brother on the road side of the hedge. D. the role of science in the popular culture of the day.

Weegy: B. the people passing by them.
andrewpallarca|Points 18668|

User: E. M. Forster is a writer whose personal beliefs are reflected in his work. Which of the following sentences might most likely be found in one of his stories? A. "As the Buddha says: desire is the problem." B. "She turned once again to the Torah for the guidance she needed." C. "… and just one law at that: be kind." D. "The man knew he had nothing to fear; God would protect him."

Weegy: C. "? and just one law at that: be kind."
littleange|Points 530|

User: In the story in “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the narrator says that the place on the other side of the hedge, although beautiful and full of happy people, is really a prison. Why does the speaker describe the place as a prison? A. There are too many people there. B. There is no way to move forward. C. The hedge completely encircles the place. D. None of his family or friends are in the place.

Weegy: Answer is B) There is no way to move forward.
Caprisun|Points 849|

User: Self-questioning is a useful reading comprehension technique primarily because it A. encourages the reader to look for connections within her or his own experience. B. confirms the reader's suspicions of foreshadowed events. C. forces the reader to care about the author's way of thinking. D. saves time when figuring out the plot of the story.

Weegy: C
angelmomof3|Points 6|

User: In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” E. M. Forster wrote about a person walking on a dusty road, but he was really talking about something other than a literal road. This is an example of the allegorical device A. abstract imagery. B. alliterative prose. C. dramatic irony. D. double meaning.

Weegy: A. abstract imagery.
Saswata Bhattacharya|Points 134|

User: In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the main character values A. achievement. B. freedom. C. friendship. D. pleasure.

Weegy: The main character in "The Other Side of the Hedge" values freedom.
angelmomof3|Points 6|

User: The author's lesson in his story "The Other Side of the Hedge" is A. "might makes right." B. up to each reader to decide. C. "live for the moment." D. "one man's ceiling is another man's floor."

Weegy: The author's lesson in his story "The Other Side of the Hedge" is D. "one man's ceiling is another man's floor".
debnjerry|Points 42971|

User: One significant difference between life on one side of the hedge as opposed to the other is that people on the road side A. are asking many questions which those on the other side are able to answer. B. are trying to win a difficult race while those on the other side have already lost. C. are content with their lives while those on the other side are restless. D. are moving fast and making progress while those on the other side of the hedge don't seem to know where they are going.

Weegy: The answer is: D. are moving fast and making progress while those on the other side of the hedge don't seem to know where they are going.
sharpies|Points 8737|

User: The author suggests that the protagonist's brother wastes his life A. running race after race. B. by singing too much and helping other people. C. by not wanting to make money. D. by giving away all of his possessions.

Weegy: C. by not wanting to make money.
son1515|Points 345|

User: Some allegories make use of concepts that have double meanings. Which of the following provides the FIRST indication of this in Forster's short story? A. The protagonist of the story begins talking to himself. B. The main character meets strangers on the other side of the hedge. C. The narrator tells us that his pedometer displays his age. D. The rescuer appears to be old but acts much younger.

Weegy: What is the title of the short story?
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: the other side of the hedge

User: The influence of E. M. Forster's belief in secular humanism can be found throughout his writings, which demonstrate his belief that A. faith in a higher power can provide strength in difficult times. B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth. C. the spiritual side of life is more valid than the material side. D. emotions are worthless and their display shows personal weakness.

Weegy: B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth.
jher000|Points 7981|

User: The influence of E. M. Forster's belief in secular humanism can be found throughout his writings, which demonstrate his belief that A. faith in a higher power can provide strength in difficult times. B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth. C. the spiritual side of life is more valid than the material side. D. emotions are worthless and their display shows personal weakness.

Weegy: B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth.
jher000|Points 7981|

User: Which of the following themes is NOT examined in “The Other Side of the Hedge”? A. competition B. government C. personal relationships D. science and progress

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