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Q: In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the narrator confesses that he thought he would be like his brother, whom he had left behind a while earlier. He says that his brother had wasted his breath on
singing and his strength on helping others. This description reveals that the narrator A. aspires to be charitable like his brother. B. is sad that he had to leave his brother. C. thinks his brother's generosity was foolish. D. believes that he is a better singer than his brother.
A: A. aspires to be charitable like his brother
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User: In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the narrator confesses that he thought he would be like his brother, whom he had left behind a while earlier. He says that his brother had wasted his breath on singing and his strength on helping others. This description reveals that the narrator A. aspires to be charitable like his brother. B. is sad that he had to leave his brother. C. thinks his brother's generosity was foolish. D. believes that he is a better singer than his brother.

Weegy: A. aspires to be charitable like his brother
Saswata Bhattacharya|Points 124|

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 4362|

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: 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: 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 4549|

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