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Q: What can you conclude about Montresor’s feelings toward those who have allegedly wronged him? A. Holding grudges is a waste of time. B. One must not let injustice dominate reason. C. Wrongdoers
must be punished, and the wrong must be avenged. D. Avenging injustice will drive one crazy.
A: C) Wrongdoers must be punished, and the wrong must be avenged. - can be concluded about Montresor's feelings toward those who have allegedly wronged him.
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User: What can you conclude about Montresor’s feelings toward those who have allegedly wronged him? A. Holding grudges is a waste of time. B. One must not let injustice dominate reason. C. Wrongdoers must be punished, and the wrong must be avenged. D. Avenging injustice will drive one crazy.

Weegy: C) Wrongdoers must be punished, and the wrong must be avenged. - can be concluded about Montresor's feelings toward those who have allegedly wronged him.
matahari|Points 2762|

User: According to Montresor, revenge would not be successful if he were __________. A. punished for taking his revenge B. not punished for taking his revenge C. recognized by his victim D. compelled to murder

Weegy: According to Montresor, revenge would not be successful if he were __________. C. recognized by his victim
Juansalsal|Points 90|

User: Which genre's plot includes a dangerous situation and possibly a life at risk? A. mystery B. suspense C. thriller D. detective

Weegy: Thriller and suspense films are types of films known to promote intense excitement, suspense, a high level of anticipation, ultra-heightened expectation, uncertainty, anxiety, and nerve-wracking tension. [ Thriller and suspense films are virtually synonymous and interchangeable categorizations, with similar characteristics and features. They provide dangerous situations. ]
cecillereign|Points 333|

User: Based on the excerpt above, which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The use of the words “terror” and “horrors” suggests we are reading a suspense story. B. It is likely that William will become a detective or private investigator and the hero of this story. C. The wind, darkness, and rain contrasted with the innocent behaviors of the child create an unsettling mood for the reader. D. The “horrors” the author describes are not clearly identified.

Weegy: Please provide the excerpt you are referring.
jeifunk|Points 11223|

User: Read the story excerpt below, taken from the opening lines of Stephen King’s It, and answer the question that follows. Based on the excerpt above, which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The use of the words “terror” and “horrors” suggests we are reading a suspense story. B. It is likely that William will become a detective or private investigator and the hero of this story. C. The wind, darkness, and rain contrasted with the innocent behaviors of the child create an unsettling mood for the reader. D. The “horrors” the author describes are not clearly identified.

Weegy: Please provide the excerpt so we can accurately answer this question.
paral|Points 5044|

User: Read the story excerpt below, taken from the opening lines of Stephen King’s It, and answer the question that follows. The terror, which would not end for another twenty-eight years—if it ever did end—began, so far as I know or can tell, with a boat made from a sheet of newspaper floating down a gutter swollen with rain. The boat bobbed, listed, righted itself again, dived bravely through treacherous whirlpools, and continued on its way down Witcham Street toward the traffic light which marked the intersection of Witcham and Jackson. The three vertical lenses on all sides of the traffic light were dark this afternoon in the fall of 1957, and the houses were all dark, too. There had been steady rain for a week now, and two days ago the winds had come as well. Most sections of Derry had lost their power then, and it was not back on yet. A small boy in a yellow slicker and red galoshes ran cheerfully along beside the newspaper boat. The rain had not stopped, but it was finally slackening. It tapped on the yellow hood of the boy's slicker, sounding to his ears like rain on a shed roof . . . a comfortable, almost cozy sound. The boy in the yellow slicker was George Denbrough. He was six. His brother, William, known to most of the kids at Derry Elementary School (and even to the teachers, who would never have used the nickname to his face) as Stuttering Bill, was at home, hacking out the last of a nasty case of influenza. In that autumn of 1957, eight months before the real horrors began, and twenty-eight years before the final showdown, Stuttering Bill was ten years old. Based on the excerpt above, which of the following statements is FALSE? A. The use of the words “terror” and “horrors” suggests we are reading a suspense story. B. It is likely that William will become a detective or private investigator and the hero of this story. C. The wind, darkness, and rain contrasted with the innocent behaviors of the child create an unsettling mood for the reader. D. The “horrors” the author describes are not clearly identified.

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