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What motivates Sekhar to be honest with his headmaster? A. his wife's encouragement B. his desire to preserve his job C. his strength of character D. his commitment to his students
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User: What motivates Sekhar to be honest with his headmaster? A. his wife's encouragement B. his desire to preserve his job C. his strength of character D. his commitment to his students

Weegy: C. his strength of character. "Truth, he reflected, required as much strength to give as to receive"
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User: Which phrase from the story is an example of an explicit theme? A. "…at least one day in the year we must give and take absolute Truth whatever may happen. Otherwise life is not worth living." B. "No judge delivering a sentence felt more pained and helpless." C. "If I practiced it for a week, I don't think I shall have a single friend left." D. "Your suggestions was useful…No one would tell me the truth about my music all these days."

Weegy: "No judge delivering a sentence felt more pained and helpless
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User: What is the universal theme of the story? A. truth B. conflict C. peace D. loyalty

Weegy: What story are you asking about?
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User: How does the author build suspense before the headmaster performs for Sekhar? A. The headmaster compliments Sekhar on his great musical ability. B. The students in the school each study music to perfect their talents. C. The headmaster continues to explain how meaningful music is in his life. D. The students have laughed at the headmaster before when he performed for them.

Weegy: I need to know the name of the book or story in order to answer this and the previous question.
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