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Q: Which of the following is most likely the reason an author would choose to use a flashback in a mystery novel? A. to intentionally mislead the reader B. to help build suspense C. to
provide relevant background information D. to show how two characters are alike
A: The most likely reason an author would choose to use a flashback in a mystery novel is: C. to provide relevant background information.
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User: Which of the following is most likely the reason an author would choose to use a flashback in a mystery novel? A. to intentionally mislead the reader B. to help build suspense C. to provide relevant background information D. to show how two characters are alike

Weegy: The most likely reason an author would choose to use a flashback in a mystery novel is: C. to provide relevant background information.
may100|Points 2728|

User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The time period of a story can influence the characters’ actions and behaviors. B. Setting can create obstacles for the characters. C. Setting details are important in mysteries but not suspense stories. D. Authors manipulate sequence to keep readers interested and involved.

Weegy: Which of the following statements is FALSE? answer: C. Setting details are important in mysteries but not suspense stories.
Flerida|Points 176|

User: The Red-headed League” is a story about how a detective uses his reasoning skills to __________. A. impress friends and colleagues B. improve his knowledge of criminal behavior C. restore a pawnbroker’s confidence D. uncover a plan to rob a bank

Weegy: "The Red-headed League" is a story about how a detective uses his reasoning skills to uncover a plan to rob a bank.
vonna79|Points 466|

User: Why does Holmes thump his stick on the pavement in front of the pawnbroker’s shop? A. He wants to scare away anyone who is likely to interfere in the investigation. B. He wants to get the attention of the people in the pawn shop. C. He is demonstrating to Watson that the pavement is weak in this area. D. He is trying to find out if the cellar runs in front or in back of the pawnshop.

Weegy: Holmes thump his stick on the pavement in front of the pawnbroker's shop because: D. He is trying to find out if the cellar runs in front or in back of the pawnshop.
matahari|Points 2429|

User: Why do you think Holmes says to Watson, “My dear doctor, this is a time for observation, not talk.” A. It is part of his method to observe closely and then to consider his observations. B. He is impatient with the doctor’s constant interruptions. C. He doesn’t quite know what to say to the doctor. D. He is afraid to draw attention to their presence.

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