Casares is a master at manipulating time sequence through the element of flashback in the story "Mrs. Perez." Which of the following summary statements best illustrates flashback?
A. Mrs. Perez calls the police after discovering that her house has been broken into.
B. Mrs. Perez sits in the recliner, pensively recalling the bowling tournaments she won with her red ball.
C. Mrs. Perez proudly demonstrates her nursing talents to her husband when he comes to the clinic with the flu.
B. Mrs. Perez sits in the recliner, pensively recalling the bowling tournaments she won with her red ball.Auto answered|Score .485|totoyness2|Points 126|User:
How does Mrs. Perez triumph over a history of submission?
A. She wins the ultimate bowling tournament.
B. She takes a job without her husband's consent.
C. She mows down the thief with her bowling ball.
D. She demands that the police arrest the young criminal.Weegy:
Who is Mrs. Perez? Please specify first from which story she came from.Auto answered|Score 1|xhellotherex|Points 80|User:
What does the behavior of the men in the story suggest about Brownsville culture?
A. Men are generally chivalrous toward women.
B. Men are generally dominant over women.
C. Men are generally considered as equals to women.
D. Men are generally subservient to women.
B. Men are generally dominant over women. Auto answered|Score .8719|thederby|Points 1530|User:
What is the best description of Mrs. Perez' status when the story opens?
A. She is a widow whose home has been broken into.
B. She is working part time at a doctor's office.
C. She is about to sell her house and move to Houston.
D. She is trying to find a way to divorce her husband.
What is the title of the story?Auto answered|Score 1|tellemgoyeh|Points 10|User:
Which of the following best explains the author's reason for adding Spanish text in the story?
A. to add confusion
B. to add authenticity
C. to encourage the reader to learn Spanish
D. to illustrate the author's expertise in SpanishWeegy:
The answer is B. to add authenticity.Auto answered|Score .6|eikcid|Points 1344|User:
What was Mr. Perez' stated objection to Mrs. Perez' work?
A. She was not making enough money.
B. She was flirting with other men.
C. She was carrying bottles of men's urine.
D. She was neglecting her household duties.
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