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In "Paul's Case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his A. fear of his father. B. contempt for authority. C. homosexual orientation. D. destiny as a misfit.
In "Paul's Case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his contempt for authority
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User: In "Paul's Case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his A. fear of his father. B. contempt for authority. C. homosexual orientation. D. destiny as a misfit.

Weegy: In "Paul's Case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his contempt for authority
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User: What is the climax in Willa Cather's short story "Paul's Case"?

User: What is the climax in Willa Cather's short story "Paul's Case"? A. Paul meets the boy from Yale. B. Paul takes the train to New York. C. Paul reads about his theft in the newspaper. D. Paul jumps in front of the train.

Weegy: The climax in Willa Cather's short story "Paul's Case" occurs when Paul jumps in front of the train. The answer is D.
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User: In Mark Twain's account of a "campaign that failed," his satire is aimed at the _______ of making an adventure appear more glorious than it was. A. tragedy B. embarrassment C. confusion D. hypocrisy

Weegy: Please post the options to this quesiton.
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User: In Mark Twain's account of a "campaign that failed," his satire is aimed at the _______ of making an adventure appear more glorious than it was. A. tragedy B. embarrassment C. confusion D. hypocrisy

Weegy: Please post the options to this quesiton.
vandar|Points 670|

User: A. tragedy B. embarrassment C. confusion D. hypocrisy





Weegy: In Mark Twain's account of a "campaign that failed," his satire is aimed at the hypocrisy of making an adventure appear more glorious than it was. D. hypocrisy.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 26998|

User: Faith's pink ribbons are an example of a A. fable. B. parable. C. symbol. D. genre.

Weegy: Faith's pink ribbons are an example of a symbol.
Expert answered|debnjerry|Points 26998|

User: The wicked witch and the big bad wolf are examples of A. protagonists. B. anecdotes. C. dynamic characters. D. archetypes.



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