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In the scene between Gwendolen and Jack in Oscar Wilde's play, which of the following adds to the humor?
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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”?
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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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