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Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit.
True. Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit.
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User: Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit.

Weegy: True. Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit.
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User: Silas was compared to a spider many times throughout the book. True False

Weegy: False. Silas is compared to an apparition both when he shows up at the Rainbow and the Red House. To be outside the community is to be something unnatural, even otherworldly.
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User: Image and symbol are not the same. True False

User: Select all that apply. What does the gold represent in the novel? a prop for Silas to lean on an ideal world a substitute for friends for Silas a curse and a blessing for Silas

Weegy: A curse and a blessing for Silas-It represents the greed of Silas before Ellie came into his life.
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User: The novel followed the drama as a major form in England. True False

User: A book review is a form of _____. synopsis critical essay story

User: A book review is a form of _____. a. synopsis b. critical essay c. story

User: If you paraphrase a source instead of using a direct quote, you mustmust notmay but do not have to include a parenthetical citation.

Weegy: If you paraphrase a source instead of using a direct quote your MUST NOT include a parenthetical citation.
Expert answered|Frankie17851|Points 1872|

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Select all that apply. What is significant about Dunstan stealing Silas's gold? Silas is treated with sympathetic consideration. It changes Dunstan. The same theft of which Silas is falsely accused happens to him. Silas finds a new treasure.
Weegy: It changes Dunstan. The same theft of which Silas is falsely accused happens to him. This is the ans. If you like my ans pelase rate me +1.have a nice time. (More)
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