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which one of the following is characteristic of a character study? A. the character comes to an unhappy end. B. getting a glimpse into the character's mind and heart is the most important element of the story. C. the character is usually tragicomic-that is, he or she is both funny and sad at different times. D. the protagonist is a static character.
Weegy: The answer is letter B. Letter B is getting a glimpse into the character's mind and heart is the most important element of the story. It depends on the character to attract the reader's interest. (More)
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according to the analyses of the stories you were asked to read, " a pair of silk stockings" best represents literary A. symbolism. B. allegory. C. realism. D. escapism
Weegy: A. Symbolism. User: what author saw hypocrisy in the lives of the puritans? Weegy: Answer: What author saw hypocrisy in the lives of the puritans? Answer: Nathaniel Hawthorne, or originally known as Nathaniel Hawthorne. [ He changed his name to disassociate himself from his relative John Hawthorne, who was a Salem witch trail judge at the time. This just showed his contempt for a portion of the 'puritan' method. ] (More)
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foreshadowing means
Weegy: The definition of foreshadowing is a literary device used by authors, writers, and filmmakers to enhance the storyline and to create more suspense. Ways to Implement Foreshadowing: •It can be seen through a hint, or shadow, [ of what will happen later in the story. •It can come up in the dialogue between characters. •It can be a clue like a neighbor, a disagreement, or an event that seems inconsequential at the time. •It can be a false clue or hint which is called a "red herring" which is a deliberate attempt to mislead the reader, and is widely used by mystery writers. ] (More)
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in " paul's case," members of the faculty don't like paul's pink carnattion because they think
Weegy: They thought that Paul is gay. Wearing that color make him look like a gay perhaps. (More)
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an author's purpose is using rhetoric is to
Weegy: Rhetoric is the art of speaking or writing to the public- and not always a friendly or familiar public. Rhetoric is the art of persuading others that our course of action is a correct course of action. [ The art is in knowing our audience, in shaping our voice, audible or written, so that our audience clearly understands our message and is persuaded- maybe not always persuaded to act, but at least persuaded to acknowledge that another point of view is possible. ] User: foreshadowing means Weegy: Rhetoric is the art of speaking or writing to the public- and not always a friendly or familiar public. Rhetoric is the art of persuading others that our course of action is a correct course of action. [ The art is in knowing our audience, in shaping our voice, audible or written, so that our audience clearly understands our message and is persuaded- maybe not always persuaded to act, but at least persuaded to acknowledge that another point of view is possible. ] (More)
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