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Q: What is the theme of “Chicago”? a. People love their native cities no matter how brutal and poverty stricken they are. b. In its early days, Chicago had more variety and activity than any other
American city. c. When cities get too big, they dwarf the lives of the people who live in them. d. Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad traits.
A: Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad trai. c. When cities get too big, they dwarf the lives of the people who live in them. ts.
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User: What is the theme of “Chicago”? a. People love their native cities no matter how brutal and poverty stricken they are. b. In its early days, Chicago had more variety and activity than any other American city. c. When cities get too big, they dwarf the lives of the people who live in them. d. Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad traits.

Weegy: Like people, cities grow up with their own personalities and have both good and bad trai. c. When cities get too big, they dwarf the lives of the people who live in them. ts.
maxcly|Points 60|

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: 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
ianbearpig|Points 160|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “Chicago”. Which of the following is closest in meaning to brutal and wanton as used here? And they tell me you are brutal and my reply is: On the faces of women and children I have seen the marks of wanton hunger. a. sad c. careless b. desperate d. cruel

Weegy: C. Careless
src1428|Points 70|

User: The questions below refer to the selection "The Story of an Hour." When Mrs. Mallard reflects that, "It was only yesterday she had thought with a shudder that life might be long," she becomes aware of the irony that she a. had worried about a life that she now knows will be short. b. has not been punished for such unacceptable thoughts. c. now desired something she had previously feared. d. had not valued her husband properly until she lost him.

Weegy: When Mrs. Mallard reflects that, "It was only yesterday she had thought with a shudder that life might be long," she becomes aware of the irony that she now desired something she had previously feared.
jeifunk|Points 9033|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “‘Story of an Hour.’” Why does Mrs. Mallard refuse her sister Josephine’s offer to keep her company? a. Mrs. Mallard does not want to upset her sister. b. Mrs. Mallard prefers not to display emotion to others. c. Mrs. Mallard needs privacy to confront her true feelings. d. Mrs. Mallard wants Josephine to keep Richard company.

Weegy: Is this from a story, will you tell me which one so i can assist you better.
paral|Points 3670|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “‘Story of an Hour.’” How does Mrs. Mallard “hear the story” of her husband’s death? a. with a paralyzed inability to accept its meaning b. with sudden, wild weeping c. with a shriek of joy and relief d. with a sigh and a dull stare in her eyes

Weegy: d. with a sigh and a dull stare in her eyes
Booknerd_lizzy|Points 350|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “‘Story of an Hour.’” Why is Richards so concerned about “bearing the sad message” to Mrs. Mallard himself? a. He wants to keep less sensitive and less careful friends from doing it. b. He doesn’t trust Josephine to get the message right. c. He wants to see her reaction when she first hears the news. d. He knows she won’t believe the story unless he confirms it

Weegy: d. He knows she won?t believe the story unless he confirms it.
selymi|Points 10206|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” Georgiana cries during the concert primarily because she — a. remembers how important music is to her b. is suddenly homesick for Nebraska and her family c. dislikes being with so many snobby people d. is happy that she gave up her career as a pianist

Weegy: a. remembers how important music is to her
uxiali|Points 1401|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” Clark sympathizes with his aunt because — a. he remembers his own difficulties returning to the city b. Howard had written to him about Georgiana’s decline c. she passed on her love of music to him long ago d. he doesn’t like classical music either

Weegy: In ?A Wagner Matin?e.?, Clark sympathizes with his aunt because c. she passed on her love of music to him long ago.
OxTornado007|Points 6729|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” What two settings form the basis of this story? a. Boston and New York c. Boston and Nebraska b. Nebraska and New York d. New York and Franz Josef Land

Weegy: What two settings form the basis of this story ?A Wagner Matin?e.?? a. Boston and New York
Johus|Points 90|

User: The questions below refer to the selection “A Wagner Matinée.” Aunt Georgiana returned to Boston to a. settle an estate. c. visit Clark, her nephew. b. hear the latest Wagner selections. d. see if she should move back.

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