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Q: Select all of the qualities which best describe the character. Silas Marner honest introverted intelligent attractive bitter compassionate charming distrustful cowardly thief
A: Based on the given selection, the best charcateristic of Sila's Marner is honest . basis: Despite his antisocial behavior, however, Silas is at heart a deeply kind and honest person. source:
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User: Select all of the qualities which best describe the character. Silas Marner honest introverted intelligent attractive bitter compassionate charming distrustful cowardly thief

Weegy: Based on the given selection, the best charcateristic of Sila's Marner is honest . basis: Despite his antisocial behavior, however, Silas is at heart a deeply kind and honest person. source:
samn|Points 4057|

User: Silas Marner might be considered a novel of _____. manners motives sentiment

Weegy: Silas Marner might be considered a novel of incident. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 804|

User: An autobiography is the same thing as a novel. True False

Weegy: Not quite sure what your actual question is however....an autobiography is a book written by and about ones own self. Generally about a persons own life history and or stories from their past experiences.
enjoi_b|Points 0|

User: Silas was compared to a spider many times throughout the book. True False

Weegy: False. Silas is compared to an apparition both when he shows up at the Rainbow and the Red House. To be outside the community is to be something unnatural, even otherworldly.
smp0784|Points 4038|

User: Works cited entries are listed _____. alphabetically by the first item in the order they are used in the essay alphabetically by type of source

Weegy: C.alphabetically by type of source
zuni123|Points 60|

User: The plot of a novel is _____. a random series of events an actual series of events an artificial ordering of events

Weegy: a random series of events
Controler|Points 3928|

User: Dunstan was sure Silas was dead and would have no need of the gold. True False

Weegy: True, Dunstan does not call it theft. He goes from the idea of borrowing to the idea that Marner may be dead. Reality escapes his consideration.
amis66|Points 227|

User: Dolly Winthrop was _____. a selfish person worldly and money-seeking generous and serving

Weegy: Generous and serving
Shanaaz1986|Points 480|

User: The novel followed the drama as a major form in England. True False

User: Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit. True False

Weegy: True. Raveloe is a village distrustful of strangers, but possesses community spirit.
sipichapie|Points 4915|

User: Molly was _____. Dunstan's wife an opium addict a seamstress

Weegy: opium addict
Sunshiineluv|Points 678|

User: A critique that centers on how the writer says what he says is an _____. interpretation analysis evaluation

Weegy: A critique that centers on how the writer says what he says is an evaluation.
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: A book review is a form of _____. synopsis critical essay story

Weegy: A book review is a form of critical essay.



User: Select all that apply. What does the gold represent in the novel? a prop for Silas to lean on an ideal world a substitute for friends for Silas a curse and a blessing for Silas

Weegy: A curse and a blessing for Silas-It represents the greed of Silas before Ellie came into his life.
wedekind|Points 1501|

User: Godfrey Cass was _____. weak bitter mean

Weegy: Godfrey Cass was bitter.
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: 1. the information needed to understand a story novel 2. artificial ordering of events character 3. fictional person complication 4. long prose narrative mood 5. the catalyst that begins the major conflict resolution 6. partially established by the setting exposition 7. the turning point in the story that occurs when characters try to resolve the complication climax 8. the set of events that bring the story to a close plot

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