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Q: The purpose of the epiphany in "The First Seven Years" by Bernard Malamud A. is to provide a link of this story with its sequel. B. is to create a stark image of the failure of
Max's dreams. C. is to give the reader clues to help determine what would otherwise be an unsolvable mystery. D. is to allow insight into Feld's thoughts and help predict what might happen after the story ends.
A: A. epiphany, resolution, crisis
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User: The purpose of the epiphany in "The First Seven Years" by Bernard Malamud A. is to provide a link of this story with its sequel. B. is to create a stark image of the failure of Max's dreams. C. is to give the reader clues to help determine what would otherwise be an unsolvable mystery. D. is to allow insight into Feld's thoughts and help predict what might happen after the story ends.

Weegy: A. epiphany, resolution, crisis
clickbee|Points 15|

User: What is a theme common to Bernard Malamud's short stories? A. generational differences B. trades versus professions C. struggles of ordinary people D. importance of education

Weegy: C. struggles of ordinary people
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User: As “Son” opens, what does the narrator notice about his son? A. He is developing an understanding about his father's position. B. He at the stage of life in which he is often annoyed with his family. C. He is very talented and is writing a musical comedy. D. He is ill and needs his father to comfort him.

Weegy: Is this a story or poem, and who is the author?
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User: The son, when ill, is docile. What is the best synonym for docile? A. courageous B. determined C. accommodating D. irritable

Weegy: C. accommodating
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User: Why did the narrator's father toss his Christmas presents on the floor? A. because they had been stolen B. because he didn't like them C. because he was exhausted from working D. because he resented his parents

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