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In Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Verne uses aspects of his own character in order to develop the characters in his novel.
In Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Verne uses aspects of his own character in order to develop the characters in his novel. TRUE.
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What finally makes Odysseus mad at Penelope?
Weegy: Odysseus makes mad at Penelope because; Penelope asks Anticlea to move her bed to another room. [ Since the bed is built into an oak tree, this implied that the bed had either been heavily damaged so that it could be moved, or that the fine bed that Odysseus had crafted himself had been destroyed and replaced. ] (More)
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Odysseus finally becomes upset with Penelope because It appears to him that she forgot the bed won't move.
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How does Odysseus plan on recouping what the suitors took from him?
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He plans to go raiding. -Is how does Odysseus plan on recouping what the suitors took from him.
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What is the most likely reason Odysseus and company gear for battle?
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The suitors' families will probably have some questions is the most likely reason Odysseus and company gear for battle.
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The Matter of England refers to _____. stories of Charlemagne stories of Germanic and English tradition
Weegy: The Matter of England refers to: stories of Germanic and English tradition. (More)
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The Matter of England refers to: stories of Germanic and English tradition.
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Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the great narrative poem _____. Decameron Don Quixote Canterbury Tales
Weegy: Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the great narrative poem Canterbury Tales. (More)
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