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Q: Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because of his a. strong love for Irene. c. desire for stability. b. jealous fit over Judy Jones. d. desire for Irene’s inheritance.
A: Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because d. desire for Irene's inheritance.
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User: Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because of his a. strong love for Irene. c. desire for stability. b. jealous fit over Judy Jones. d. desire for Irene’s inheritance.

Weegy: Dexter Green probably becomes engaged to Irene Scheerer because d. desire for Irene's inheritance.
may100|Points 2326|

User: Which of the following lines from “Chicago” is an example of Sandburg’s use of apostrophe? a. “I have seen the gunman kill and go free to kill again.” b. “And they tell me you are crooked and I answer: Yes, it is true” c. “I turn once more to those who sneer at this my city” d. “Under the smoke, dust all over his mouth, laughing with white teeth”

Weegy: d. ???Under the smoke, dust all over his mouth, laughing with white teeth? is an example of Sandburg???s use of apostrophe.
OxTornado007|Points 6729|

User: The passage below is the beginning of the poem “Chicago.” What is the function of the passage? Hog Butcher for the World Tool Maker, Stacker of Wheat, Player with Railroads and the Nation’s Freight Handler; Stormy, husky, brawling, City of the Big Shoulders: a. The narrator is addressing Chicago by its various nicknames. b. The narrator is describing Chicago to its critics. c. The narrator is complimenting Chicago on its accomplishments. d. The narrator is criticizing Chicago for its bad deeds.

Weegy: A. It mimics the chaotic pace of day-to-day life in the city is the answer.
kornedus|Points 40|

User: Why does the narrator of “Chicago” say that the young man has “a terrible burden of destiny” and that he laughs “even as an ignorant fighter laughs who has never lost a battle”? a. The young man is destined to lead the cities of America. b. The young man laughs even though he is bound to lose some battles. c. The young man does not realize that it is his destiny never to lose a battle. d. The young man laughs at the terrible destiny of the other cities.

Weegy: a. The young man is destined to lead the cities of America
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User: To which of these lines from “Chicago” would a reader respond with the sense of hearing? a. “I have seen your painted women under the gas lamps” b. “I turn once more to those who sneer at this my city” c. “here is a tall bold slugger set vivid against the little soft cities” d. “Bragging and laughing that under his wrist is the pulse”





Weegy: these lines from “Chicago” would a reader respond with the sense of hearing . “Bragging and laughing that under his wrist is the pulse”
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In the story The Far and the Near, Why does the little house give the engineer such “extraordinary happiness”? a. The house reminds him of his own wife and family. b. Seeing the house introduces variety into the boring routine of his job. c. The vision of the house does not change despite the changes in his life. d. The house is the only beautiful spot on an otherwise unremarkable route
Weegy: in "The Far and the Near" the little house gives the engineer such extraordinary happiness because: The vision of the house does not change despite the changes in his life. "But no matter what peril or tragedy he had known, the vision of the little house and the women waving to him ... had become fixed in the mind of the engineer as something beautiful and enduring, something beyond all change and ruin, and something that would always be the same, no matter what mishap, grief or error might break the iron schedule of his days." User: Which of the following details from the story best illustrates the source of the engineer’s later disillusionment? a. “To one side of the house there was a garden. . . .” b. “He had seen them in a thousand lights, a hundred weathers.” c. “[H]e felt that he knew their lives completely, to every hour. . . .” d. “The whole place had an air of tidiness, thrift, and modest comfort. User: What makes the engineer want to visit the cottage? a. He wants to see if the cottage is as beautiful as he thinks it is. b. He feels that its inhabitants have become part of his life. c. He wants to thank the women for brightening his life over the years. d. He thinks the visit will give a sense of closure to his career. Weegy: He feels that its inhabitants have become part of his life -makes the engineer want to visit the cottage. [smile] (More)
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The Far and the Near. “[H]e felt that he knew their lives completely, to every hour. . . .” -best illustrates the source of the engineer’s later disillusionment.
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Why is the story The Far and the Near, end anticlimactic? a. The women do not invite him into their house. b. The house is exactly the same as the engineer expected. c. The women don’t understand why it is important to the engineer to visit them. d. The engineer isn’t sure that these are the same women who were waving to him
Weegy: Why is the story The Far and the Near, end anticlimactic? b. The house is exactly the same as the engineer expected. (More)
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The end of the story "The Far and the Near" is anticlimactic because: The women don’t understand why it is important to the engineer to visit them.
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