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Q: An author's purpose in using rhetoric is to A. provide hints as to what's going to happen. B. create a certain effect for the reader. C. separate realism from idealism. D. present facts as
they really are.
A: An author's purpose in using rhetoric is A. create a certain effect for the reader.
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User: An author's purpose in using rhetoric is to A. provide hints as to what's going to happen. B. create a certain effect for the reader. C. separate realism from idealism. D. present facts as they really are.

Weegy: An author's purpose in using rhetoric is A. create a certain effect for the reader.
chinggay_0118|Points 529|

User: Which one of the following words best describes Goodman Brown at the end of Hawthorne's story? A. Despairing B. Safe C. Innocent D. Relieved

Weegy: B. Despairing
Controler|Points 3395|

User: In Mark Twain's account of a "campaign that failed," his satire is aimed at the _______ of making an adventure appear more glorious than it was. A. confusion B. hypocrisy C. embarrassment D. tragedy

Weegy: C. hypocrisy
jomsday|Points 415|

User: What is the climax in Willa Cather's short story "Paul's Case"? A. Paul reads about his theft in the newspaper. B. Paul takes the train to New York. C. Paul meets the boy from Yale. D. Paul jumps in front of the train.

Weegy: D. Paul meets the boy from Yale.
tjdcet|Points 271|

User: n "A Pair of Silk Stockings," the silk stockings are a symbol of A. Mrs. Sommers's lack of concern for her children. B. Mrs. Sommers's selfish needs. C. Mrs. Sommers's desire for attention. D. Mrs. Sommers's inability to handle money.

Weegy: D. Mrs. Sommers's selfish needs.
mayihelpyou?|Points 228|

User: Twain's account of Colonel Rall's speech ("full of gunpowder and glory") is contrasted most vividly to the Marion Ranger's collective remorse over A. the strange affair at "Camp Desolation." B. following Captain Lyman into a trap. C. the shooting of an unarmed rider. D. rebuffing Dunlap's wise advice.

Weegy: C. the shooting of an unarmed rider.
yestfl|Points 1444|

User: Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the _______ level. A. supernatural B. literal C. psychological D. imaginary





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