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The questions below refer to the selection “‘Story of an Hour.’” When Mrs. Mallard looked out the window as she reacted to the news of her husband’s death, she saw “patches of blue sky showing here
and there through the clouds” and “the tops of trees that were all aquiver with the new spring life.” These images are most probably intended to a. point out the irony of nature’s indifference to human affairs. b. evoke a flavor of the beautiful Louisiana countryside. c. suggest Mrs. Mallard’s intense feeling for nature. d. symbolize Mrs. Mallard’s promise of new life.
Symbolize Mrs. Mallard?s promise of new life.
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User: The questions below refer to the selection “‘Story of an Hour.’” When Mrs. Mallard looked out the window as she reacted to the news of her husband’s death, she saw “patches of blue sky showing here and there through the clouds” and “the tops of trees that were all aquiver with the new spring life.” These images are most probably intended to a. point out the irony of nature’s indifference to human affairs. b. evoke a flavor of the beautiful Louisiana countryside. c. suggest Mrs. Mallard’s intense feeling for nature. d. symbolize Mrs. Mallard’s promise of new life.

Weegy: Symbolize Mrs. Mallard?s promise of new life.
jeifunk|Points 9093|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” The tone of “A Wagner Matinée” can best be described as a. sympathetic. c. accusatory. b. distant. d. apologetic.

Weegy: The tone of "A Wagner Matinee" is A. Sympathetic as per this , is that a musical play?
shelly b.|Points 47|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “The Far and the Near.” 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.

Weegy: The answer is a. ?To one side of the house there was a garden. . . .? .Thank you!
vixson66|Points 100|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “The Far and the Near.” 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: In "The Far and the Near" the engineer wants to visit the cottage because (d.) He thinks the visit will give a sense of closure to his career. The engineer wants to meet the women. [ "...he resolved that one day, when his years of service should be ended, he would go and find these people and speak at last with them whose lives had been so wrought into his own." ]
Expert answered|evelilly|Points 30|

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