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In literature, an allegorical work A. uses symbolism to support an overarching theme of morality or virtue. B. explores issues of popular culture. C. uses conflict between heroes and heroines to expose human frailties. D. explores religious themes.
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User: In literature, an allegorical work A. uses symbolism to support an overarching theme of morality or virtue. B. explores issues of popular culture. C. uses conflict between heroes and heroines to expose human frailties. D. explores religious themes.

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User: In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the narrator confesses that he thought he would be like his brother, whom he had left behind a while earlier. He says that his brother had wasted his breath on singing and his strength on helping others. This description reveals that the narrator A. aspires to be charitable like his brother. B. is sad that he had to leave his brother. C. thinks his brother's generosity was foolish. D. believes that he is a better singer than his brother.

Weegy: A. aspires to be charitable like his brother.
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In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the narrator confesses that he thought he would be like his brother, whom he had left behind a while earlier. He says that his brother had wasted his breath on singing and his strength on helping others. This description reveals that the narrator A. aspires to be charitable like his brother. B. is sad that he had to leave his brother. C. thinks his brother's generosity was foolish. D. believes that he is a better singer than his brother. ...
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“The Other Side of the Hedge”. The narrator says that his brother had wasted his breath on singing and his strength on helping others. This description reveals that the narrator: thinks his brother's generosity was foolish.
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In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” E. M. Forster wrote about a person walking on a dusty road, but he was really talking about something other than a literal road. This is an example of the allegorical device: double meaning.
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