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Which of the following is a technique of satire used by Wilde in The Importance of Being Earnest? A. giving information about his characters in a direct, straightforward way B. ridiculously exaggerating the importance people such as Gwendolen place on a name C. letting readers draw their own conclusions about the characters D. praising the wisdom of people such as Lady Bracknell and the Duchess of Bolton
Weegy: C. letting readers draw their own conclusions about the characters User: Which of the following best describes the target of the author's satire in Big Kiss? A. the silliness and the self-importance of the movie industry B. the film industry's unfair treatment of extras C. the shameless ways in which big-time actors show off D. the ignorance of directors and assistant directors Weegy: C. the shameless ways in which big-time actors show off User: Critical Reading. In the opening scene of The Shakespeare Stealer, which two characters are involved in a conflict? Weegy: Widge:an orphan who doesn't even know his real name. Widge's previous master, a clergyman named Dr. Timothy Bright, taught him charactery, a shorthand language, to steal other preachers' sermons. [ His new master wants to use Widge's shorthand to acquire William Shakespeare's Hamlet, which hasn't been reprinted yet, for himself. Alexander 'Sander' Cooke: Widge's closest friend when he gets his acting career started at the Globe Theatre ] (More)
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Which of the following is involved in Penelope's deception of the suitors? A. a great bow B. a death shroud for Laertes C. a precious ring D. a lengthy dispute over land
Weegy: The answer is B. Penelope promised to decide which one of the suitors to marry when she finished her death shroud for Laertes. But, she secretly unraveled the parts she weaved every night. [ This continued until one of her maids, who fell in love with one of the suitors, betrayed Penelope. ] User: Read the following lines from the Odyssey: In the next land we found were Cyclopes, giants, louts, without a law to bless them. By implication, what cultural value in ancient Greece is Odysseus emphasizing in this passage? A. physical strength B. mental intelligence C. civilized life in a law-abiding society D. the benefits of travel Weegy: C. civilized life in a law-abiding society User: What personality trait does Odysseus reveal when he devises a plan to listen to the Sirens' song and yet escape destruction? A. irritability B. loyalty C. curiosity D. generosity Weegy: a irritability User: Compare the presentation of Penelope in Millay's poem with Homer's portrait of her in the Odyssey. Which of the following is an important difference between the two? A. In “An Ancient Gesture,” Penelope is not faithful to Odysseus. B. In Millay's poem, the speaker alludes to Penelope, but Penelope does not actually appear. C. The tone in Millay's poem is more upbeat than Homer's tone in the Odyssey. D. In “An Ancient Gesture,” Odysseus ignores Penelope's wishes. Weegy: An important difference between the presentation of Penelope in Millay's poem with Homer's portrait of her in the Odyssey is that B. in Millay's poem, the speaker alludes to Penelope, but Penelope does not actually appear. User: Who is the speaker in “Siren Song”? A. Odysseus B. Homer C. one of the Sirens D. one of the men whom the Sirens threaten to destroy Weegy: the answer is B. Homer (More)
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Who is the speaker in “Siren Song”? User: Who is the speaker in “Siren Song” in the story the Odyssey ? User: When Chief Dan George compares himself to other chiefs in the past, what point does he make?
Weegy: Margaret Atwood’s “Siren Song” is very clever, concise, and darkly facetious. The speaker is one of the three Sirens, which alludes to Greek mythology. [ In Greek mythology, the three Sirens were half-bird, half-women creatures whose songs were so alluring mariners could not resist following the music to the Sirens’ island only to be destroyed by its rocky coast. ] (More)
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