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A hero that is noble and central to the story, but who has a downfall is known as a tragic A. flaw. B. man. C. hero. D. idol
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Which of the following sentences is not a reason Brutus allows Antony to speak at Caesar's funeral? a Antony has been told what he can and cannot say b Brutus fears Antony c Brutus intends to speak first d Brutus thinks proper rites for Caesar will please the people
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32. What name was given to the men and boys who rode the rails as they searched for work during the Great Depression? A. hoboes B. Bonus Marchers C. speculators D. Okies
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Hoboes was the name given to the men and boys who rode the rails as they searched for work during the Great Depression.
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