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George Bernard Shaw saw his plays as a way to do which of these? inspire his audience to use force to change society influence the culture with his Socialistic ideas improve the conditions of the
upper class express his support of capitalism
influence the culture with his Socialistic ideas
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User: George Bernard Shaw saw his plays as a way to do which of these? inspire his audience to use force to change society influence the culture with his Socialistic ideas improve the conditions of the upper class express his support of capitalism

Weegy: influence the culture with his Socialistic ideas
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User: Read the passage from "The Necklace." At last they found on the quay one of those ancient night cabs which, as though they were ashamed to show their shabbiness during the day, are never seen round Paris until after dark. Which type of figurative language does the author use in this selection? personification simile symbolism hyperbole

Weegy: Symbolism
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User: Once the writer of a critical essay has read a novel carefully enough to say something sensible about it, the next step is _____. refining the outline setting limits finding evidence drafting the essay

Weegy: Once the writer of a critical essay has read a novel carefully enough to say something sensible about it, the next step is: finding evidence.
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