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    A story in which the narrator is also a character uses first-person point of view. second-person point of view. third-person limited point of view. third-person omniscient point of view.

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    I think its 1st person am I right???

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    Yep, that's right.

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    Although Buck is not the narrator of Jack London’s The Call of the Wild, the narrator usually describes events from Buck’s perspective. This novel uses first-person point of view. second-person point of view. third-person limited point of view. third-person omniscient point of view.

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    Now I think its 3rd limited.

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    I think it's 3rd person omniscient.

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    Which best describes the setting of Maya Angelou’s autobiography I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings? a nineteenth-century plantation a large, segregated city in the 1920s a small Southern town in the 1940s a household torn by conflict in the 1960s

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    Now this one i think is C.

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    Yep, that's right.

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    In W.G. Wetherell’s short story “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant,” the narrator is torn between pursuing a fish and continuing his date with Sheila. What type of conflict is shown here? man vs. nature man vs. man man vs. family man vs. himself

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    is this one A?

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    Nope. It's man vs. himself. Because he is arguing with himself, should he do the date or catch the fish? Man vs. nature is more like, a guy has a tree in his yard, and the tree keeps growing into the power lines no matter how many times he trims it.

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    oh that makes scene!

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    Which of the following sentences from The Call of the Wild is an example of dialect? “Buck did not read the newspapers, or he would have known that trouble was brewing, not alone for himself, but for every tide-water dog, strong of muscle and with warm, long hair, from Puget Sound to San Diego.” “'Answers to the name of Buck,' the man soliloquized, quoting from the saloon-keeper’s letter which had announced the consignment of the crate and contents.” “‘Wot I say?’ the dog driver cried to Perrault. ‘Dat Buck for sure learn queek as any’ting.’” “His muscles became hard as iron, and he grew callous to all ordinary pain.”

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    What do you think?

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    I think its C because it has weird spelling and lots of apostrophes.

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    Right. In C the author is trying to convey the particular pronunciation of the character. Like New Yorkers talk different than Texans, the author wants you to get more of the character.

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    That's called dialect.

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    In James Hurst’s short story “The Scarlet Ibis,” who or what does the delicate red bird symbolize? the narrator the narrator’s brother Doodle the inevitability of death the fragility of family relationships (and I thinks its C)

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    Hang on, I'll brb. Wait for me for a second.

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    ok

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    Ok, put in the next one.

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    ok

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    What is the primary purpose of the detailed descriptions Barry Holstun Lopez includes in the excerpt from Of Wolves and Men? to inform the reader about what the forest is like from the wolf’s perspective to persuade the reader that people should work to conserve unspoiled land in Canada to express the author’s personal feelings about the beauty of the Arctic forests to entertain the reader with a fast-paced description of how a wolf hunts a caribou

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    I think B

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    is that right?

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    Ok, C is right. sorry, my comp's running slow.

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    is that for this one or the last one?

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    The one about the Scarlet Ibis.

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    ok hey i gtg imma take this next week but ill hit you up for help when i take it thanks!

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    Whenever you're ready, you can put in the one after that.

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    ok thanks again!

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  33. horsealot203 Group Title
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    No problem. Helping people makes me feel smart ;)

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    Ok, I'll see you later.

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