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How did the town greet Krebs upon his coming home from the war? a Indifferently b Graciously c Angrily d Excitedly
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User: How did the town greet Krebs upon his coming home from the war? a Indifferently b Graciously c Angrily d Excitedly

Weegy: The town greets Krebs indifferently upon his coming home from the war.
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User: Why did Krebs decide to go away after his conversation with his mother? a He realizes his parents no longer love him. b He yearns to find a rural area and settle down. c He hears of a good job waiting for him in Kansas City. d He wants to avoid any kind of conflict.

Weegy: Krebs decides to go away after his conversation with his mother because: He wants to avoid any kind of conflict.
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User: Which of the following sentences best states the theme of “Soldier’s Home”? a Most soldiers return home with little respect for their neighbors. b Wartime combat can be so devastating that it changes one completely. c Family and friends want returning soldiers to find good jobs. d Most civilians do not appreciate the heroism of soldiers.

Weegy: "Wartime combat can be so devastating that it changes one completely" best states the theme of “Soldier’s Home."
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Which of the following sentences describes Krebs’s experience in the war? a Krebs felt that he had been a good soldier during the war. b Krebs was tremendously homesick and couldn’t wait to leave Germany. c Krebs was sickeningly frightened all the time while he was a soldier. d Krebs witnessed many atrocities while he was a soldier.
Weegy: In Hemingway's story "Soldier's Home", Krebs was sickeningly frightened all the time while he was a soldier. User: What internal conflict is Krebs struggling with? a Jealousy of those who returned before him b Fear of returning to the battlefield c Hopelessness in returning to a normal life d Anger at his family for not understanding (More)
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Krebs is struggling with the internal conflict of: Hopelessness in returning to a normal life.
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What action marks Krebs as an antihero rather than a hero? a He decides to leave home at the end of the story. b He was not a very good soldier during the war. c He is disillusioned and has lost a sense of purpose. d He loves his sister more than he loves his parents.
Weegy: He is disillusioned and has lost a sense of purpose. -marks Krebs as an antihero rather than a hero. User: What details does Hemingway use to reveal more about the main character? a Krebs’s relationship with his family prior to the war b Krebs’s interaction with his family c Krebs’s experiences while fighting the Germans d Krebs’s conversations with other soldiers Weegy: What details does Hemingway use to reveal more about the main character? Krebs’s interaction with his family. (More)
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