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  1. leozap1
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    Which of the following statements best describes the influence of the setting in "My Father Writes to My Mother"? Mother is embarrassed in front of the townswomen by her husband's affection Mother feels empowered when she is in the company of her sisters and cousins. Mother chooses not to speak French out of respect for her aunts and elderly relations Mother holds herself above the other harem women because she speaks her mind freely.

  2. Jacob3211
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    I am preety sure its "Mother chooses not to speak French out of respect for her aunts and elderly relations"

  3. leozap1
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    Thanks

  4. leozap1
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    May you please help me with one more?

  5. leozap1
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    Which of the following quotes from the story best supports the response selected above? "When her aunts and elderly female relations were present, she would once more use the traditional formalities, out of respect for them; such freedom of language would have appeared insolent and incongruous to the ears of the pious old ladies." "The nameless uncles, cousins, relatives by marriage, were for us an unidentifiable collection of individuals to all of whom their spouses alluded impartially in the masculine gender." "My mother, with lowered eyes, would calmly pronounce his name 'Tahar'...and even when a suspicion of a smile flickered across the other women's faces or they looked half ill at ease, half indulgent, I thought that a rare distinction lit up my mother's face." "The postcard was, in fact, a most daring manifestation of affection. Her modesty suffered at that very moment that she spoke of it. Yet, it came second to her pride as a wife, which was secretly flattered."

  6. leozap1
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    I put C but I don't know.

  7. xxImHisGirlxx
    • 10 months ago
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    What were the answers?

  8. Dejected
    • 10 months ago
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    1.b 2.c 3.a 4.a,c,d 5.b 6.a

  9. omgitsjc
    • 9 months ago
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    on the test that has only five questions the last one is a.

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