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The unknown citizen’s loss of identity is best shown by… (In “The Unknown Citizen”) A. his willingness to obey the rules and regulations of society. B. the lack of a name on the
monument’s inscription. C. his failure to make a mark on society in any way. D. the dates the government collected about him.
A. his willingness to obey the rules and reulations of society
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User: The unknown citizen’s loss of identity is best shown by… (In “The Unknown Citizen”) A. his willingness to obey the rules and regulations of society. B. the lack of a name on the monument’s inscription. C. his failure to make a mark on society in any way. D. the dates the government collected about him.

Weegy: A. his willingness to obey the rules and reulations of society
MrG|Points 319|

User: When he meets his father 25 years later, Richard realizes that his father… (from Black Boy) A. will never understand him. B. is very much like him. C. is still powerful and forceful. D. feels guilty about what happened.

Weegy: D. Feels guilty about what happended.
MrG|Points 319|

User: Why can you can conclude that the poem “The Unknown Citizen” is written in the ironic mode? (In “The Unknown Citizen”) A. It was written to trick the reader with a surprise ending. B. There is no hero and the nameless citizen is praised for conformity. C. The theme of the poem is expressly stated in the first few lines. D. It uses exaggeration to make a point.

Weegy: A. It was written to trick the reader with a surprise ending.
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User: Why is Mr. Pirzada in the United States? (“When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine”) A. He is trying to earn enough money to send for his family. B. He and his wife are getting divorced. C. He is a scholar doing research in botany. D. He is a political refugee from Dacca.

Weegy: The answer is D - he is a political refugee from Dacca. Thanks for using Weegy and have a wonderful day!! :)
Xiaomajie|Points 31|

User: Wright’s main subject in this excerpt from his autobiography is ___. (from Black Boy) A. Racial prejudice B. Divorce C. Danger D. Poverty

Weegy: Wright?s main subject in this excerpt from his autobiography is A. Racial prejudice.
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User: 11. _____________ means sparse. A. Meager B. Trepidation C. Clientele D. Matchmaker

Weegy: Meager means sparse.



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Weegy: C. Leo learns that Salzman actually does have good taste in women.
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User: Malamud’s tone regarding Finkle as he shows him interacting with the wily Salzman is - ( “The Magic Barrel”) A. Condescending B. Sympathetic C. Pitying D. Comic

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