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Weegy: Go to the website and inquire: User: During the story of “The Three Strangers,” the guests participate in a search for an escaped prisoner with whom they secretly sympathize. This event represents the Victorian cultural idea that A. people are innocent until proven guilty. B. it is very important to appear to be proper. C. one should always take a stranger at his word. D. the law is supreme and must be enforced. Weegy: B. it is very important to appear to be proper. User: Which of the following descriptions of the first stranger best shows the author's development of an air of mystery? A. his fustian clothing and hobnailed boots B. his rich, deep voice C. his eyes that flash rather than glance D. his careless, candid way of speaking Weegy: C. his eyes that flash rather than glance User: The author creates suspense by connecting the setting with the plot when he describes A. a party being given in a humble cottage. B. a storm bringing rain during a party. C. three strangers appearing at a country cottage in one night. D. the opposing goals of a seemingly simple couple at a festive event. Weegy: The author creates suspense by connecting the setting with the plot when he describes C. three strangers appearing at a country cottage in one night. (More)
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In the story “The Three Strangers,” which of the following actions by the shepherd represents a cultural phenomenon of Victorian England? A. He appreciates music and has hired musicians for his party. B. He respects religion and holds a baby christening in his home. C. He does not accept his wife's dowry when it is offered. D. He cordially invites any stranger who knocks to enter his home.
Weegy: B. He respects religion and holds a baby christening in his home. In the story “The Three Strangers," He respects religion and holds a baby christening in his home represents a cultural phenomenon of Victorian England. (More)
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Crane's "The Little Regiment" focuses on the false bravado of soldiers on the front line, while Hemingway's "In Another Country" focuses on A. the rehabilitation methods used for those injured in war. B. the emotional and physical losses suffered during war. C. the bravery and self-confidence of all soldiers in battle. D. the day-to-day experiences of soldiers during World War I.
Weegy: Crane's "The Little Regiment" focuses on the false bravado of soldiers on the front line, while Hemingway's "In Another Country" focuses on B. the emotional and physical losses suffered during war User: Which of the following is true about Hemingway's Nick Adams character? A. He is similar to Hemingway's father. B. He is a character Hemingway would like to be. C. His experiences are less dramatic than Hemingway's. D. His experiences mirror Hemingway's. (More)
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What is the MOST accurate statement about the veterans of “In Another Country”? A. They are linked by their experience, especially in crowds of people who do not like them. B. They are connected by their camaraderie on the battlefield and their shared survival guilt. C. They have been friends since childhood and now suffer the effects of combat together. D. They do not like each other, but are forced to stick together by the Major.
Weegy: B. They are connected by their camaraderie on the battlefield and their shared survival guilt User: Which of the following is the best topic for an essay comparing and contrasting “In Another Country” and “The Little Regiment”? A. how war stories are alike and different B. characters before battles in two different wars C. the effects of war on those who fight D. why war is not the solution Weegy: A. how war stories are alike and different (More)
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