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_____ wrote a famous story without a resolution. Guy de Maupassant Frank R. Stockton Mark Twain
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User: The story in this section that uses first person is _____. A."The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" B."The Lady, or the Tiger?" C."The Necklace"

User: _____ wrote a famous story without a resolution. Guy de Maupassant Frank R. Stockton Mark Twain

Weegy: Mark Twain
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User: Jim Smiley was more interested in betting than in anything else. True False

Weegy: False
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User: Madame Forestier was a popular guest at the ball. True False

User: The princess had the power of life and death over her lover. True False

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1. *Frank R. Stockton* wrote a famous story without a resolution. The book he wrote was called "The Lady or the Tiger".
2. Jim Smiley was more interested in betting than in anything else. This is *True*. In "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County", there are many examples that depict this fact.
3. Madame Forestier was a popular guest at the ball. This is *True*. In the short story "The Necklace", she wasn't invited to the ball.
4. The princess had the power of life and death over her lover. This is *True*. In "The Lady of The Tiger" the princess knew which door had the tiger, and which had the lady.

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