• anonymous
In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, the creatures who live above ground are _____. the Eloi the Morlocks Weena the Porcelains In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, the fourth dimension is _____. hope the past space time In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, which of the following does the Time Traveller not retrieve from the museum? camphor a lever saltpeter matches
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  • anonymous
In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, the narrator of the story-within-a-story is _____. the Time Traveller Weena, who loves the Time Traveller one of the guests who is dining with the Time Traveller a Morlock historian In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, what is the function of the wells? They manufacture goods for the Eloi. They are used to cook Eloi. They are ventilators for the underworld. They are Morlock transports. In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, why does the author spend most of Chapter 1 exploring the scientific aspects of time travel? Wells, as an amateur scientist, had built an actual time machine. Wells, as a writer, liked to describe talky dinner parties. Wells, as a writer, could not figure out a more interesting beginning. Wells, as a writer, wanted to make time travel seem plausible to his readers. From what point of view is the story-within-a-story portion of H. G. Wells's The Time Machine told? first-person third-person omniscient third-person restricted no point of view In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, the Time Traveller's view of the future is best described as _____. pessimistic optimistic enthusiastic neutral In H. G. Wells's The Time Machine, which of the following best describes role of the Time Traveller in the world of the future? an uninformed visitor an outside agitator an impartial observer and critic a careless intruder When writing a short story, which of the following should a writer include in the introductory exposition portion of the story? information about characters the basic conflict the setting all of these
  • anonymous
I know that 5 is C im just stuck on all th other ones.

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