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Q: The following question refers to Night by Elie Wiesel. Of the following people in the concentration camp, who behaves kindly to Wiesel and his father? the Gypsy the Kapos Yehiel Bela
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User: The following question refers to Night by Elie Wiesel. Of the following people in the concentration camp, who behaves kindly to Wiesel and his father? the Gypsy the Kapos Yehiel Bela Katz

Weegy: The following question refers to Night by Elie Wiesel. Of the following people in the concentration camp, who behaves kindly to Wiesel and his father: the Kapos
sidroc25|Points 25|

User: What is the author's persona? a fictional narrator with a distinct personality from the historical author the voice created by authors when seeming to speak for themselves the attitude the author or narrator has toward the subject matter the historical author's personality, background, and viewpoints

Weegy: What is the author's persona? Answer : the voice created by authors when seeming to speak for themselves
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User: Consider Waverly “Meimei” Jong’s actions and their consequences in the short story “Rules of the Game” by Amy Tan. Which theme is supported best by her actions? Like chess, power is gained through strategy, not emotion. Overt strength is more powerful than “invisible strength.” Silence is a weapon that should never be wielded. It’s impossible for parents to win a battle of wills against their children.

Weegy: Like chess, power is gained through strategy, not emotion
valmendrazguy|Points 150|

User: [H]e lived on the pennies of the youngsters and he didn’t want to be boycotted. How does the language in the excerpt reveal the setting of the story? The reference to “youngsters” reveals the reason the author is writing. The reference to “pennies” reveals the central message or insight of the story. The reference to “pennies” reveals the historical context of the story. The reference to “youngsters” reveals a universal message or insight.

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