"The New Dress" is an example of
A. an allegorical journey.
B. the use of complex plot development.
C. the stream-of-consciousness technique.
D. typical Modernist symbolism and metaphor.
New Dress" is an example of A. an allegorical journey. B. the use of complex plot development. C. the stream-of-consciousness technique. D. [ typical Modernist symbolism and metaphor. [www.weegy.com/?ConversationId=25BC89DE
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Read the following passage and then answer the question.
“Until the football team actually wins a game that I attend, I'll continue to have these nagging suspicions—I can't stop thinking that I am bad luck.”
In this sentence, the em dash is used to
A. introduce a list.
B. designate a restatement.
C. signify a contradiction.
D. indicate a change in thought.
Answer is B. designate a restatement.Auto answered|Score 1|lhyn29lhyn|Points 630|User:
Which of the following metaphors recurs in “The New Dress”?
A. Mabel compares herself to a fly struggling in a saucer.
B. Mabel compares greedy people to chickens flapping about.
C. Mabel compares herself to a mongrel dog slinking around.
D. Mabel compares the other guests to canaries trapped in cages.
A metaphoe recurring in The New Dress is: A. Mabel compares herself to a fly struggling in a saucer. [http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/w/woolf/virginia/w91h/chapter7.html
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Why does Woolf use the words "creeping" and "crawling" to describe her life?
A. to extend the insect metaphor
B. to build the plot's rising action
C. to foreshadow coming events
D. to indicate how slowly the party is passing
A. to extend the insect metaphor this is the best answer!
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What is the purpose of the em dash in this example?
Her concerns about her future—worries she had had nearly every day of high school—threatened to overwhelm her at moments like this one.
A. setting off a list
B. parenthetical definition
C. restatement of a concept
D. introduction of a new idea
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Which of the following describes Mabel's MAIN conflict in this story?
A. She does not like the people she is with.
B. She feels insecure about her appearance.
C. She is concerned about her financial issues.
D. She thinks she is not a very good wife or mother.
She feels insecure about her appearance.Auto answered|Score .9509|Phargavi Nageswaran|Points 20|User:
Which of the following is the BEST example of the stream-of-consciousness technique?
A. Her thoughts hung about her like tree boughs heavy with snow.
B. Oh, the bus—for the love of Pete, where was the bus?
C. As the sun glimpsed over the horizon, he realized sadly that he must leave at last.
D. The secret to baking is to mix the dry ingredients—flour, salt, and so forth—separately from the wet ingredients.
"Oh, the bus for the love of Pete, where was the bus?"Auto answered|Score 1|jeifunk|Points 9681|User:
Mabel's descriptions of the other guests at the party reveal that she
A. thinks they have terrible fashion sense.
B. admires and despises them at the same time.
C. finds them to be boring conversationalists and shallow thinkers.
D. believes they think she is too young and immature to earn their respect.
A. thinks they have terrible fashion sense. Auto answered|Score 1|chico007hgo|Points 522|
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