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At the beginning of "Young Goodman Brown," Brown's wife says, "Pray tarry with me this night, dear husband, of all nights in the year" (1). This statement is an example of A. irony. B.
satire. C. ambiguity. D. foreshadowing.
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User: At the beginning of "Young Goodman Brown," Brown's wife says, "Pray tarry with me this night, dear husband, of all nights in the year" (1). This statement is an example of A. irony. B. satire. C. ambiguity. D. foreshadowing.

Weegy: B
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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. rebuffing Dunlap's wise advice. B. the shooting of an unarmed rider. C. following Captain Lyman into a trap. D. the strange affair at "Camp Desolation."

Weegy: C. the shooting of an unarmed rider.
yestfl|Points 1053|

User: According to the analyses of the stories you were asked to read, "A Pair of Silk Stockings" best represents literary A. escapism. B. allegory. C. symbolism. D. realism.

Weegy: A. Symbolism.
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User: Which one of the following statements best describes the theme of "Young Goodman Brown"? A. Men should listen to the cautions of their wives. B. People aren't always what they seem. C. The Devil is in charge of this world. D. The forest is a place where dark deeds take place.

Weegy: The following statement best describes the theme of "Young Goodman Brown": C. People aren't always what they seem.
BambiDextrous|Points 399|

User: In "Young Goodman Brown," what is meant by "a hoary corpse"? A. A promiscuous person B. An extremely old dead body C. A lonely man D. A respected person

Weegy: Hoary means having Gray or white hair. Answer A.
BambiDextrous|Points 399|

User: Paul's tattered clothes are a symbol of his A. desire to insult the faculty. B. economic circumstances. C. rebellious nature. D. unconcern about what he looked like.

Weegy: b.unconcern about what he looked like
jher000|Points 6818|

User: Which one of the following short stories takes a series of completely ordinary events and develops them into a character study? A. "Young Goodman Brown" B. "Paul's Case" C. "A Private History of a Campaign That Failed" D. "A Pair of Silk Stockings"

Weegy: The "Young Goodman Brown" is an example of allergory.
PandaStar|Points 20|

User: In "The Private History of a Campaign That Failed," Twain writes, "We were equal to the occasion. In our response there was no hesitation, no indecision" (71). This type of writing is an example of A. an anecdote. B. hypocrisy. C. a motif. D. mock heroics.

Weegy: In "The Private History of a Campaign That Failed," Twain writes, "We were equal to the occasion. In our response there was no hesitation, no indecision" ). This type of writing is an example of mock heroics.
BambiDextrous|Points 399|

User: In "Paul's Case," members of the faculty don't like Paul's carnation because they think A. it's effeminate for a man to wear a flower. B. it's the mark of an early death. C. it doesn't match his other clothing. D. it suggests that he's not taking things seriously.

Weegy: B. it suggests that he's not taking things seriously.
debnjerry|Points 26998|

User: Studying the plot elements in "A Pair of Silk Stockings," you might reasonably conclude that the essence of her story A. is identical to Paul's in "Paul's Case." B. reflects the despair of daily life. C. is found in its sensual descriptions. D. emphasizes the hardship of poverty.

Weegy: B. emphasizes the hardship of poverty
yestfl|Points 1053|

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





Weegy: C. Mrs. Sommers's lack of concern for her children.
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