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What two settings form the basis of this story “A Wagner Matinée.”? a. Boston and New York c. Boston and Nebraska b. Nebraska and New York d. New York and Franz Josef Land
Boston and Nebraska are the two settings which form the basis of the story “A Wagner Matinée.”
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User: What two settings form the basis of this story “A Wagner Matinée.”? a. Boston and New York c. Boston and Nebraska b. Nebraska and New York d. New York and Franz Josef Land

Weegy: What two settings form the basis of this story “A Wagner Matinée.”? a. Boston and New York
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Boston and Nebraska are the two settings which form the basis of the story “A Wagner Matinée.”
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“A Wagner Matinée.” The description of the Nebraska farm creates an atmosphere of: desolation and hardship.
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The following factor probably contributed most to Aunt Georgiana’s general bewilderment during her visit: the contrast in settings between Boston and the Nebraska farm.
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