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The attitude of the speaker of "Chicago" toward the city could best be described as a. proud. c. pessimistic. b. apologetic.
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At the end of the story, Devlin tells Dexter that — a. Judy cannot stand her husband b. Judy and her husband are divorced c. Judy still dates a number of men d. Judy’s husband does not treat her well
Weegy: At the end of the story, Devlin tells Dexter that d) Judy s husband does not treat her well. User: What is Dexter’s motivation for pursuing Judy? a. He wants to work for her father. b. He sees her as a symbol of “the best.” c. He is the only man she is interested in. d. She seems shy and lonely. Weegy: The motivation is He sees her as a symbol of the best... User: What is the theme of “Chicago”? a. People love their native cities no matter how brutal and poverty stricken they are. b. In its early days, Chicago had more variety and activity than any other American city. c. When cities get too big, they dwarf the lives of the people who live in them. d. Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad traits. Weegy: Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad traits. (More)
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The speaker of "Chicago" celebrates all of the following except the city's a. vitality. c. delicacy. b. diversity
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In the next passage, what does cunning indicate about the city of Chicago? Come and show me another city with lifted head singing so proud to be alive and coarse and strong and cunning. a. The city has a loud voice. b. The city survives partly because it struggles hard. c. The city thrives in part because of its sharp wits. d. The city tries to deceive other cities.
Weegy: the answer is b. The city survives partly because it struggles hard. User: Which of the following phrases from "Chicago" is an epithet? a. "city with lifted head singing" c. "Laughing even as an ignorant fighter laughs" b. "Freight Handler to the Nation" Weegy: a. "city with lifted head singing" is an epithet. User: Which of the following word pairs describes Judy Jones? a. Sensitive and compassionate c. Uneducated and poor b. Confident and condescending d. Sophisticated and kind Weegy: word pairs describes Judy Jones b. Confident and condescending (More)
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the speaker of chicago celebrates all of the following except the citys A.vitality B.diversity C.delicacy
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