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Which of the following is the BEST example of the stream-of-consciousness technique? A. Her thoughts hung about her like tree boughs heavy with snow. B. Oh, the bus—for the love of Pete, where was
the bus? C. As the sun glimpsed over the horizon, he realized sadly that he must leave at last. D. The secret to baking is to mix the dry ingredients—flour, salt, and so forth—separately from the wet ingredients.
b) Oh, the bus?for the love of Pete, where was the bus?
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User: Which of the following is the BEST example of the stream-of-consciousness technique? A. Her thoughts hung about her like tree boughs heavy with snow. B. Oh, the bus—for the love of Pete, where was the bus? C. As the sun glimpsed over the horizon, he realized sadly that he must leave at last. D. The secret to baking is to mix the dry ingredients—flour, salt, and so forth—separately from the wet ingredients.

Weegy: b) Oh, the bus?for the love of Pete, where was the bus?
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User: In the story “The New Dress,” Mabel describes herself in the dressmaker's workroom. Which of the following literary devices is utilized in this description? A. allusion B. metaphor C. flashback D. foreshadowing

Weegy: B. metaphor
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User: Why does Woolf use long, rambling sentences and tangents in this story? A. She is mimicking the human mind. B. She is relating a long conversation. C. She is developing a complicated plot. D. She is experimenting with punctuation.

Weegy: Writing a long sentence that's readable is a technical challenge; people don't write short sentences because they're internet-damaged, they do it because, unless you're an immensely skilled writer, [ short sentences gives you a better chance of being understood. ]
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Read the following passage and then answer the question. “Until the football team actually wins a game that I attend, I'll continue to have these nagging suspicions—I can't stop thinking that I am bad luck.” In this sentence, the em dash is used to A. introduce a list. B. designate a restatement. C. signify a contradiction. D. indicate a change in thought.
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