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Which one of the following genres presents the author's personal ideas and feelings about a particular topic? A. Novel B. Poem C. Essay D. Short story
Weegy: The answer is B. essay. An essay is short literary composition on a single subject, usually presenting the personal view of the author. User: When author Sarah Orne Jewett writes that Sylvia lives "heart to heart" with nature, she means that the young girl A. is most alive in the tranquility of twilight. B. is, literally, a woodland creature. C. operates on instinct. D. mistrusts her "dream of love." Weegy: When author Sarah Orne Jewett writes that Sylvia lives "heart to heart" with nature, she means that the young girl " C. operates on instinct. User: What are conventions? A. The events that lead to the climax of a novel B. The conflicts between the protagonist and the antagonist C. The difficulties a writer encounters in creating characters D. The traditions and rules that lead to a reader's expectations Weegy: In writing, conventions are D. The traditions and rules that lead to a reader's expectations. User: nterpretative literature is said to be interactive because A. the reader has to take part in discovering the meaning of the work. B. the story consists of a rising action and a falling action. C. the conflict shows the interaction between two elements of the story. D. you can read most of these works on the Internet now. Weegy: The answer is A. the reader has to take part in discovering the meaning of the work. (More)
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In "The Private History of a Campaign That Failed," Twain writes, "We were equal to the occasion. In our response there was no hesitation, no indecision" (71). This type of writing is an example of A. hypocrisy. B. a motif. C. an anecdote. D. mock heroics.
Weegy: In "The Private History of a Campaign That Failed," Twain writes, "We were equal to the occasion. In our response there was no hesitation, no indecision" ). This type of writing is an example of mock heroics. User: Faith's pink ribbons are an example of a A. fable. B. genre. C. parable. D. symbol. User: Archetypes are a type of _______ that appear throughout history. A. foreshadowing B. motif C. subgenre D. palliation Weegy: The answer is B. motif. User: Paul's tattered clothes are a symbol of his A. unconcern about what he looked like. B. desire to insult the faculty. C. economic circumstances. D. rebellious nature. Weegy: The answer is D. unconcern about what he looked like. User: Which one of the following statements best describes the theme of "Young Goodman Brown"? A. People aren't always what they seem. B. The Devil is in charge of this world. C. Men should listen to the cautions of their wives. D. The forest is a place where dark deeds take place. Weegy: B. The Devil is in charge of this world. User: Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the _______ level. A. literal B. imaginary C. supernatural D. psychological Weegy: Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the D. [ psychological level. ] (More)
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Who speaks the line "Lord, what fools these mortals be"? A. Cobweb B. Oberon C. Mustardseed D. Puck
Weegy: C. Puck User: rior to the Renaissance, the human body was seen as A. sacred dust. B. proof that humans are "the paragon of animals." C. a beautiful thing. D. a prison for the soul. Weegy: Prior to the Renaissance, the human body was seen as a prison for the soul. (More)
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According to Renaissance philosophy, commoners often represent A. pride. B. appetite. C. love. D. reason. User: Dramatic irony means that A. the audience knows something the character or characters don't. B. everything works out in the end. C. things are going to end very badly for someone. D. the cosmos, state, family, and individual follow the same pattern.
Weegy: Dramatic irony means that: the audience knows something the character or characters don't. (More)
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According to Renaissance philosophy, commoners often represent: Appetite.


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