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What is conflict?
A CONFLICT is a struggle or clash between opposing forces; battle.
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Read the selection below from The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights by John Steinbeck and complete the statement that follows. And Lancelot knelt down and took the king’s beloved hand in both of his and kissed it. “Good night, my liege lord, my liege friend,” he said, and then stumbled blindly from the room and felt his way down the curving stone steps past the arrow slits. As he came to the level of the next landing, Guinevere issued silently from a darkened entrance. He could ...
Weegy: All of the following suggest that the passage above is fiction except: the use of both long and short sentences. User: Read the selection below from “The Once and Future Merlin” by Marion Zimmer Bradley and answer the question that follows. Over the centuries the story has been told and retold and told again, often with a widely varying cast of characters. Knights, priests and priestesses, kings and queens, and various users of magic come and go, but always there is Arthur, the sun around which all else revolves, his faithless wife (Guinevere), his equally-faithless best friend (Lancelot), the illegitimate son (Mordred) who becomes his bane—and Merlin. Whatever his role, Merlin is always there, and it is always clear that Arthur could not have existed, survived, or become King without him. Source: Bradley, Marion Zimmer. “The Once and Future Merlin.” Fictionwise.com. Fictionwise LLC, n.d. Web. 7 July 2011. Why does the author list the “varying cast of characters” in the passage above? to inform the reader that the essay will examine the story of King Arthur to create a long sentence that is difficult to read to persuade the reader that Merlin is the most important character to educate the audience about Mordred and Lancelot Weegy: The author lists the “varying cast of characters” in the passage above to inform the reader that the essay will examine the story of King Arthur. (More)
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