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Ok i know this is a lot but i need this done by wednesday and i dont know how to answer these and don't know the answers! if you could answer the questions for All Quiet on the western front. (not the description 1's) link: http://flaglerschools.com/fpchs/summer/2012_2013_English_II_PIB_Honors.pdf THANK YOU!

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Noooooooooo.
@Peeps |dw:1344904991608:dw| like i said. a lot of work , but i really need it!!

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You can't just expect people to give answers or do your work for you. That's against the Code of Conduct. :l People can, however, help you with specific questions that you are having trouble on. You can answer these questions by going back to the assigned book, and reading the questions along with the book. For example, the first question asks you about the scene and the way the characters feel. When you're reading, you can make notes, as you're contentiously aware of what you're trying to 'find'. Good luck! :)
@tweetyzir have you read the book in question? The questions appear very straightforward to answer. If you are really struggling, I suggest looking at the cliffnotes or sparknotes related to the novel.
wach is correct. And certainly blues and I won't give you answers. As walne points out, these are straightforward if you read the book. For the most part, the questions you're asking about are answered in the contents of the book, with no further analysis. If you have any specific issues, let us know and we'll see what we can do.

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