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The death of the innocent.. Compare killing the mockingbird and killing Tom. Both innocents.
i kinda underdstood thatone allready thanks :D. Can i ask you another question?
It is to represent how wron it is to kill a defenseless creature who does nothing but sing sweetly. It does nothing to provoke attack.
Bambi the right answer is death of the innocent if that what you were trying to say.. Sofia, next question?
Its on ernest hemingway: Ernest Hemingway's writing style mirrored the rules he learned at the Kansas City Star. "where he prepped for Princeton, and played a very good end on the football team" and "hardened into a rather unattractive mould" are examples of: Answer use of slang using vigorous English elimination of superfluous words
i think it elimination of superflous words... am i right?
'When Atticus gives Jem and Scout air-rifles, he tells them they can "shoot all the bluejays [they] want" but that "it's a sin to kill a mockingbird."' ' It is believed that it is a sin to kill a mockingbird because they only cause pleasure with their song, they harm nobody. The title of the book alludes both to a scene towards the beginning where the main children characters are given air rifles and taught to shoot and to the character Boo Radley in the book who doesn't harm other creatures.'
yeah your right it's elimination of superfluous words
I would agree as its an extra un-necessary bit
In which novel did John Steinback employ a literary device similar to the intervention of the chorus in a Greek play? Guys are my constant questions bothering you... I dont want to annoy you...
and thanks for that ;)
No problem we are here to answer
Nah ;) it cool. The Grapes of Wrath: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Robert Con Davis, 1982. 48-62. "Steinbeck's ideological neutrality from the political proletarian movements of the period allowed him distance, yet his intimate knowlege of the materials contributes to the novel's realism and authority. The creation of his characters, fully credible yet bearing a collective role, is brilliant, as are his use of symbols and other devices. The most important is dramatization, so reminiscent of medieval mystery plays, a Greek chorus, and biblical stories."
answer: The Grapes of Wrath
if I am not mistaken, though i am not so sure... Isnt it the grapes of wrath
Haha! yeah!! :D
Rihanna you seem to be a steinbeck reader
or was that google?
thanks rihanna! and thanks for the explanation! i appreciate
Your welcome ;)
guys have any of you read to kill a mockingbird any time soon.... i have these questions on who said what and i don't remember quite well ...?
Sofia, if you have any question about Mocking bird or other subject then you can post link in the mathematics box so we can help. I read "kill a mockingbird" & it would be nice for a medal :D.
you totally deserve a medal! you have been sooo helpfull
how do i award you a medal?
there a blue button at the end of the chat thingie ---->
Theres a box at the top right of her comments
it says Good Answer
Beat me to it
Match the characters with their quotes from Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird. Calpurnia Read Answer Items for Question 5 Scout Finch Read Answer Items for Question 5 Jem Finch Read Answer Items for Question 5 Atticus Finch quotees A. "See there? Nothin' to it. I swear, Scout, sometimes you act so much like a girl it's mortifyin'." B. "That boy's yo' comp'ny and if he wants to eat up the table cloth you let him, you hear?" C. "Mr. Tate was right. Well, it'd be sort of like shottin' at a mockingbird, wouldn't it?" D. "You never really know a person until you consider things from his point of view - until you climb into his skin and walk around in it."
A guess but did atticus say A
no no.... i am pretty sure atticus said D
Well you maybe right i was just taking a guess the style of talking and then the name
Well i was guessin as ive never read the book
i think jem said A and atticus said D. But i really dont know who said the other two. Do you know rihanna?
Sofia- Just an idea but next time you should put what you think next to the question and then its just an easier thing
Excuse me, i will go as you guys have it covered
I needa book:(
aww dont worry... if its too much work its fine ....
100% Jem - A Atticus - D scout - C Calpurnia - B
dont worry reahana!! I think i found itt :D. Scout said C and Caplurinia said B
hahaha sometimes i wonder why i even ask quesitons! lolll
we say the answer in the same time.
do you think i deseve a medal maybe ? :)
Lol yes!! your a smart girl!
hahahha so are youuu! and veryyy helpfull and sweet indeedd!
Thanks!^^ if you need any help inbox me so i can come back.
buuu i got 2 wrong :(
i got 2 questions wrong... one of superfluous words was wrong and anotherone i did by myself
how many questions all together was in the worksheet?
It's alright. if you don't fell comfortable open another tab and reset it anf the other tab has your answers for your 1st attempt test. i always do this in (Flvs) so you got like 8 out of 2..