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The following question refers to “A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote. When it comes to his other relatives, Buddy __________. A. barely acknowledges their existence B. is jealous of the attention they pay to his cousin C. feels that they offer him a lot of support D. feels very close to them
Weegy: The following question refers to “A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote. When it comes to his other relatives, Buddy c. is jealous of the attention they pay to his cousin. [smile] (More)
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“A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote. When it comes to his other relatives, Buddy: barely acknowledges their existence.
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The following question refers to "A Christmas Memory" by Truman Capote. Buddy and his friend give fruitcakes to everyone except __________.
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Why is the antagonist typically a static character? A. Static characters are round, which makes them fight the protagonist. B. Static characters are always flat, and antagonists are always flat too. C. Static characters and antagonists are always the bad guys. D. Static characters don't change, so the antagonist can stay being "the bad guy" throughout the story.
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