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What does Seattle say about integrating white and Native American cultures? A. It's going to be difficult, but it's the only way both cultures can survive. B. It will happen naturally when the railroads open the West to the whites. C. It can be prevented only if the tribes unite to fight the whites. D. It will be impossible, because the two traditions are too different.
Weegy: B. It will happen naturally when the railroads open the West to the whites. User: The statement "There was snow on the ground, . . . and a large old-fashioned sleigh was seen to drive up to the door of the late Col. Ardinburgh" is an example of A. metaphor. B. interior monologue. C. exterior narrative. D. social commentary. Weegy: A. metaphor. User: The religious revivals of nineteenth-century America included people who became very excited, claiming that God spoke to them directly. These people were called A. literalists. B. revivalists. C. enthusiasts. D. Bible beacons. (More)
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The religious revivals of nineteenth-century America included people who became very excited, claiming that God spoke to them directly. These people were called A. literalists. B. revivalists. C. enthusiasts. D. Bible beacons.
Weegy: B. Bible beacons User: What did Thoreau have in common with John Thornton in The Call of the Wild? A. An enjoyment of solitude B. A mistrust of religion C. A love of hunting D. A dislike of government Weegy: The answer is : B. An enjoyment of solitude ........... User: The major theme of "Life without Principle" is A. freedom. B. economics. C. religion. D. government. User: Matthias is an example of a/an A. pagan god. B. typical slave owner. C. runaway slave. D. cult leader. Weegy: Matthias is an example of a/an cult leader. User: Tecumseh was chief of the A. Pawnee. B. Shawnee. C. Pequot. D. Choctaw. Weegy: Tecumseh was chief of the C. Shawnee. User: When does the Narrative of Sojourner Truth take place? A. During the Civil War B. Before the Civil War C. Right after the Emancipation Proclamation D. After the Civil War Weegy: the Narrative of Sojourner Truth takes place A.Before the Civil War. User: Thoreau's night in jail for tax delinquency resulted specifically from A. the publication of his work Civil Disobedience. B. having moved his place of residence from Concord to Walden Pond. C. his revulsion and disgust over the U.S. invasion of Mexico. D. a decision to act on his belief that least government was best government. Weegy: Thoreau's night in jail for tax delinquency resulted specifically from his revulsion and disgust over the U.S. invasion of Mexico. (More)
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"Yonder sky has wept tears of compassion" is an example of A. assonance. B. consonance. C. personification. D. alliteration.
Weegy: "Yonder sky has wept tears of compassion" is an example of D. personification. User: When are the following lines spoken? If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here, While these visions did appear. A. When Theseus and Hippolyta are talking about their wedding B. At the very end of act 5 C. Right before Puck casts a spell on Bottom D. When Hermia and Lysander are talking Weegy: When are the following lines spoken? If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here, While these visions did appear. At the very end of act 5. [ ] User: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. doubling. B. foreshadowing. C. realism. D. irony. Weegy: Using pairs of opposites, such as Helena and Hermia, is called A. doubling. Source: and User: In act 3, who says the following lines to Bottom? Out of this wood do not desire to go: Thou shalt remain here, whether thou wilt or no. I am a spirit of no common rate. A. Cobweb B. Titania C. Puck D. Oberon Weegy: A. Titania User: In his comedies, Shakespeare is well known for A. fatally flawed characters. B. the device of mistaken identity. C. an unusual use of Middle English. D. revealing great heroes as common fools. Weegy: The answer is C User: "The best in this kind are but shadows" is A. Titania talking about men. B. Theseus talking about plays. C. Bottom talking about his fellow craftsmen. D. Demetrius talking about the women he has loved in the past. Weegy: : 2. "The best in this kind are but shadows" is A. Theseus talking about plays User: During the Renaissance, dramatists began writing about A. everyday people. B. religion. C. science. D. history. Weegy: During the Renaissance, dramatists began writing about: A. EVERYDAY PEOPLE. (More)
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During the Renaissance, dramatists began writing about A. everyday people. B. religion. C. science. D. history. User: In Act III, Scene 1, who hears these words from Titania? Thou art as wise as thou art beautiful. A. Oberon B. Puck C. Bottom D. Peaseblossom
Weegy: In Act III, Scene 1, who hears these words from Titania? Thou art as wise as thou art beautiful. The answer is A) Bottom. User: In act 4, what do the following lines mean? Fairy King, attend, and mark: I do hear the morning lark. A. Theseus and Hippolyta are arriving. B. The enchantment on Bottom is about to end. C. The sun is coming up and the fairies should leave. D. Titania is about to fall in love with Bottom. Weegy: Answer D. The sun is coming up and the fairies should leave. In act 4, Fairy King, attend, and mark: I do hear the morning lark means the sun is coming up and the fairies should leave. User: Before the Renaissance, virtually all dramas focused on A. family relationships. B. life-and-death plots. C. religious themes. D. the human condition. Weegy: B. the human condition User: Dramatic irony means that A. everything works out in the end. B. the audience knows something the character or characters don't. C. things are going to end very badly for someone. D. the cosmos, state, family, and individual follow the same pattern. Weegy: A. everything works out in the end. User: According to Renaissance philosophy, commoners often represent A. pride. B. reason. C. appetite. D. love. (More)
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