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In the scene between Gwendolen and Jack in Oscar Wilde's play, which of the following adds to the humor?
Weegy: Jack believes Gwendolen loves him because he is named Jack, though in fact his name is Ernest. Jack and Gwendolen both have great difficulty expressing their feelings. (More)
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Why is the traveler so startled to hear the driver describe the inspector's drinking habits?
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What is the main idea of “Siren Song”?
Weegy: Margaret Atwood is widely known for her hidden ideas within her poems. The “Siren Song” is no exception, and figuratively, is a good example of contemporary women. [ The structure of the poem is precise in that there are three lines per stanza, three stanzas split by two turning points. Overall there are three sections. The frequent use of the number three illustrates that there are three sirens. Atwood’s ingeniousness with structure assists the reader in realizing the idea in which she wanted to implant in the mind. Essentially, the characters of Homer are used to discuss a social dispute, how women manipulate men. In the first stanza, Margaret Atwood mentions “the one song everyone would like to learn” (lines 1-2). Its significance is the way the poet applies “learn” and not “listen to” or “hear” which implies that there is something to be learned. In the mythological story of the Sirens, sailors leap to their deaths as they hear the infamous song. The second stanza highlights the idea that this poem encrypts a message about males. The third line, “even though they see the beached skulls” basically has two meanings. ] (More)
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A. Unit 4: How does communication change us? B. Unit 5: Do our differences define us? C. Unit 6: Do heroes have responsibilities?
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