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An image represents _____. symbolic understanding the experience of the senses both symbols and senses
Weegy: An image represents symbolic understanding. User: The event that brought Eppie to Silas in Silas Marner was _____. a new job the death of her mother her husband's new job Weegy: The event that brought Eppie to Silas in Silas Marner was husband's new job User: According to the text, one reason that the novel was not immediately accepted by literate society was that early novels were often considered immoral. True False User: universality Weegy: Universality : 1. the character or state of being universal; existence or prevalence everywhere. 2. relation, extension, or applicability to all. 3. universal character or range of knowledge, interests, [ etc. ] (More)
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Select all that apply. Who of the following wrote Roman comedy? Aeschylus Sophocles Euripides Seneca Aristophanes Plautus Terence
Weegy: Plautus and Terence are the most well known authors of Roman comedies. The Roman comedies that have survived are all fabula palliata (comedies based on Greek subjects) and come from two dramatists: Titus Maccius Plautus (Plautus) and Publius [ Terentius Afer (Terence).[9] In re-working the Greek originals, the Roman comic dramatists abolished the role of the chorus in dividing the drama into episodes and introduced musical accompaniment to its dialogue (between one-third of the dialogue in the comedies of Plautus and two-thirds in those of Terence).[10] The action of all scenes is set in the exterior location of a street and its complications often follow from eavesdropping.[10] Plautus, the more popular of the two, wrote between 205 and 184 BC and twenty of his comedies survive, of which his farces are best known; he was admired for the wit of his dialogue and his use of a variety of poetic meters.[11] All of the six comedies that Terence wrote between 166 and 160 BC have survived; the complexity of his plots, in which he often combined several Greek originals, was sometimes denounced, but his double-plots enabled a sophisticated presentation of contrasting human behaviour.[11] Source : ] User: A literary work imitating the style of another work is a _____. pun parody comedy (More)
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According to Liza, what was the most important thing that her education taught her? that the difference between a flower girl and a lady is how one is treated that the power of proper pronunciation can turn any flower girl into a duchess that good manners are the cornerstone of civilization that the true worth of money lies in charity
Weegy: Education is the best investment that you could put up to in your own self. If your well educated, most likely your manner as refined. Money is the root of all evil. And if you have good quality education, earning money is not a problem. [ We should bare in our minds that it is better to give rather than to receive. ] User: According to Mrs. Higgins, what did Henry and Pickering do to infuriate Liza? insulted her character called her a "squashed cabbage leaf" made underhanded comments about her dress did nothing Weegy: called her a "squashed cabbage leaf User: Score: Who says the following and why? "I was brought up to be just like him, unable to control myself, and using bad language on the slightest provocation. And I should never have known that ladies and gentlemen didn't behave like that if you hadn't been there." Liza is thanking Higgins for all he has done for her, but she is doing it sarcastically. Liza is thanking Pickering while subtly insulting Higgins by equating him with her father. Liza is thanking Pickering for all the money he spent on her. Liza is thanking Pickering while insulting her father, although she does not know he is there. Weegy: Pickering is displaying his famous wit (More)
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How does Henry respond when Mrs. Higgins scolds him? He defies her. He protests, but obeys. He completely ignores her. He is shocked at her nerve.
Weegy: Helllo, am sorry that you were scolded but what's your question for me He protests, but obeys. User: What does Mrs. Higgins think about Liza throwing Higgins's slippers at his face? She thinks that Liza was a bit over-emotional. She is angry with Liza. She doesn't believe Liza would do such a thing. She thinks that Higgins deserved it. Weegy: The answer of your question was that, She thinks that Liza was a bit over-emotional. Thank you! (More)
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Eliza is physically incapable of making the sounds she used to when she was a flower girl. True False
Weegy: Can you provide more information regarding this question? Thanks. User: According to Liza, what was the most important thing that her education taught her? that the difference between a flower girl and a lady is how one is treated that the power of proper pronunciation can turn any flower girl into a duchess that good manners are the cornerstone of civilization that the true worth of money lies in charity Weegy: The true worth of money lies in charity. User: How does Henry respond when Mrs. Higgins scolds him? He defies her. He protests, but obeys. He completely ignores her. He is shocked at her nerve. Weegy: Helllo, am sorry that you were scolded but what's your question for me He protests, but obeys. User: ho says the following and why? "I was brought up to be just like him, unable to control myself, and using bad language on the slightest provocation. And I should never have known that ladies and gentlemen didn't behave like that if you hadn't been there." Liza is thanking Higgins for all he has done for her, but she is doing it sarcastically. Liza is thanking Pickering while subtly insulting Higgins by equating him with her father. Liza is thanking Pickering for all the money he spent on her. Liza is thanking Pickering while insulting her father, although she does not know he is there. Weegy: Pickering is displaying his famous wit. User: How does Henry respond when Mrs. Higgins scolds him? He defies her. He protests, but obeys. He completely ignores her. He is shocked at her nerve. Weegy: Hello, am sorry that you were scolded but what's your question for me He protests, but obeys. (More)
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