anonymous
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If you have read Antigone, Anne Frank, or The Yearling, Comment below please!
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sweetburger
  • sweetburger
lol
anonymous
  • anonymous
have you read any of these books?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have read 2 of the 3

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which have you read?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Antigone and Anne Frank why?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@TheMathAsker @sweetburger have you read any?
freeG13
  • freeG13
i have read one Anne Frank
anonymous
  • anonymous
would u b able to help me with some questions about the book
anonymous
  • anonymous
What are some of the questions? @barbdewysveck1
anonymous
  • anonymous
ANTIGONE Which word describes Haimon's feelings as he leaves his father after their argument? A. reassured B. doubtful C. disgusted D. dutiful
anonymous
  • anonymous
Disgusted
anonymous
  • anonymous
What else?
anonymous
  • anonymous
one sec
anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the function of the messenger in the play's closing events? A. to report Polyneices's last wishes before his death B. to persuade Creon to rescue Antigone C. to summarize events that happen offstage D. to act as a foil for Creon
anonymous
  • anonymous
@alexie_peebles
anonymous
  • anonymous
@freeG13
anonymous
  • anonymous
@alexie_peebles
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it is B
anonymous
  • anonymous
What belief causes Creon to decide at last that his decree about Polyneices's burial is against the gods' will? A. Teiresias has been bribed to deliver a tragic prophecy. B. Teiresias's prophecies have proved true in the past. C. Teiresias only reports what the boy claims to have seen. D. Teiresias's anger is a sign that he speaks out of jealousy.
freeG13
  • freeG13
hello?
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you help me with some questions from anne frank
anonymous
  • anonymous
@freeG13
freeG13
  • freeG13
ya
freeG13
  • freeG13
@barbdewysveck1
anonymous
  • anonymous
What effect does Anne's use of first-person point of view in her diary have on many readers? A. It makes it hard to understand her thoughts. B. It makes it seem as though Anne was unsure of herself. C. It suggests that Anne writes about what other people think. D. It creates a bond between Anne and the readers.
freeG13
  • freeG13
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
In what way is Anne, despite how she and her family must live, very like other people her age? A. She admires her father and mother greatly. B. She cares about the things many teens care about. C. She suffers hunger and fear with her family. D. She writes often in a diary she calls Kitty.
freeG13
  • freeG13
it creates a bond between Anne and the reader
anonymous
  • anonymous
In what way is Anne, despite how she and her family must live, very like other people her age? A. She admires her father and mother greatly. B. She cares about the things many teens care about. C. She suffers hunger and fear with her family. D. She writes often in a diary she calls Kitty.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@freeG13
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
How does Otto Frank most shape his daughter's behaviors during their time in the Annexe? A. by setting an example of selfless behavior toward others in the Annexe B. by insisting that she stop defying her mother C. by exerting unquestioned control over others in the Annexe D. by keeping her from falling in love with Peter
freeG13
  • freeG13
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
Of all the people in the Annexe, why do Mr. Dussel and Mrs. Van Daan seem to be the least sympathetic people? A. They are spies for the Nazis, and Anne suspects this. B. They steal from others in the Annexe, and Anne finds out. C. They are often in conflict with Anne, and Anne writes from her perspective. D. They crave attention from others in the Annexe, and Anne wants the attention.
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Of all the people in the Annexe, why do Mr. Dussel and Mrs. Van Daan seem to be the least sympathetic people? A. They are spies for the Nazis, and Anne suspects this. B. They steal from others in the Annexe, and Anne finds out. C. They are often in conflict with Anne, and Anne writes from her perspective. D. They crave attention from others in the Annexe, and Anne wants the attention.
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
freeG13
  • freeG13
same question same answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
What tone does Anne use when she refers to Mr. Dussel as "His Lordship"? A. foolish B. genuine C. sarcastic D. respectful
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh i thought that one was d
freeG13
  • freeG13
well it seems to me sarcastically because he is usually on her back and so i wouldn't go and tell someone his lordship without it being sarcastic
freeG13
  • freeG13
and it read to me that way
freeG13
  • freeG13
hello? @barbdewysveck1
anonymous
  • anonymous
How does Anne's relationship to her mother differ sharply from her relationship to her father? A. She fears her father but is comforted by her mother. B. She respects her father but is embarrassed by her mother. C. She obeys her father but ignores her mother. D. She worries about her father but gives little thought to her mother.
freeG13
  • freeG13
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which phrase from Anne's diary supports the theme that her optimistic spirit supports her through many difficulties? A. She wonders "why we are carrying on with this long and difficult war." B. She compares herself to "a songbird whose wings have been clipped." C. She describes life in the Annexe as "a dangerous adventure, romantic and interesting." D. She jokes that "stupid grownups" would "do better to start learning" before speaking to younger people.
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
freeG13
  • freeG13
is that all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which phrase from Anne's diary supports the theme that her optimistic spirit supports her through many difficulties? A. She wonders "why we are carrying on with this long and difficult war." B. She compares herself to "a songbird whose wings have been clipped." C. She describes life in the Annexe as "a dangerous adventure, romantic and interesting." D. She jokes that "stupid grownups" would "do better to start learning" before speaking to younger people.
anonymous
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@freeG13
anonymous
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@freeG13
freeG13
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same question same answer C
anonymous
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What kind of language does Anne use more often, toward the end of the diary, to describe the atmosphere in the Annexe? A. language that reflects the love that has developed among the residents of the Annexe B. language that captures the hope of rescue from the Annexe C. language that expresses grief over those whose hiding places have been found D. language that expresses the dread and suspense of waiting
freeG13
  • freeG13
B
freeG13
  • freeG13
is that all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why does Anne continue to meet with Peter privately even after she realizes that she's not truly in love with him? A. She hopes that he will protect her if the Annexe is discovered. B. She hopes to inspire him to better thoughts and actions. C. She hopes to fill the great need he has to be loved. D. She hopes that she can fall in love with him again.
freeG13
  • freeG13
A
freeG13
  • freeG13
is that all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read these lines from Anne's writings on February 12, 1944: "The sun is shining, the sky is a deep blue, there is a lovely breeze, and I'm longing—so longing—for everything." What does the natural world, which Anne sees from the attic window, represent for Anne here and elsewhere in her diary? A. the hope that liberators are coming B. the potential to live and learn C. the ambition toward fame D. the love of family and friends
freeG13
  • freeG13
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read these lines from Anne's writings on February 12, 1944: "The sun is shining, the sky is a deep blue, there is a lovely breeze, and I'm longing—so longing—for everything." What does the natural world, which Anne sees from the attic window, represent for Anne here and elsewhere in her diary? A. the hope that liberators are coming B. the potential to live and learn C. the ambition toward fame D. the love of family and friends
freeG13
  • freeG13
same question same answer B
freeG13
  • freeG13
is that all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which word best describes the mood Anne creates in passages like the example below? "Although I'm only fourteen, I know quite well what I want, I know who is right and who is wrong, I have my opinions, my own ideas and principles, and although it may sound pretty mad from an adolescent, I feel more of a person than a child, I feel quite independent of anyone." A. confidence B. foolishness C. joyousness D. boredom
freeG13
  • freeG13
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
How is the conflict between Anne and her mother resolved? A. Anne sees that she has treated Edith poorly and resolves to stop causing fights. B. Edith apologizes for her behavior toward Anne and Margot. C. Edith and Anne fight often but realize that they love each other. D. Edith transfers her preference for Margot to Anne.
freeG13
  • freeG13
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement best describes Mr. Dussel's behavior? A. He is the resident of the Annexe that others turn to for comfort when morale is low. B. He holds himself apart from the people in the Annexe but is especially fond of Anne. C. He puts up with Anne's behavior because of his deep respect for Otto Frank. D. He enjoys lecturing Anne on her shortcomings but is in fact a selfish man.
freeG13
  • freeG13
B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Where was Anne's diary found after the raid on the Annexe? A. in the drawer of her desk B. tucked away in a hiding place C. scattered on the Annexe floor D. by the skylight in the attic Where was Anne's diary found after the raid on the Annexe? A. in the drawer of her desk B. tucked away in a hiding place C. scattered on the Annexe floor D. by the skylight in the attic
freeG13
  • freeG13
B
freeG13
  • freeG13
?
freeG13
  • freeG13
i didn't read that part
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so i have to ask r u 100% sure about all these answers
freeG13
  • freeG13
all but one
freeG13
  • freeG13
the last one
freeG13
  • freeG13
all i know is that one of the helpers had it and gave it to her father
freeG13
  • freeG13
or found it
anonymous
  • anonymous
but ur 100% about all of the other
anonymous
  • anonymous
@freeG13
freeG13
  • freeG13
yes
freeG13
  • freeG13
yes i am 100% sure on all the others
anonymous
  • anonymous
seriously? i got a 42%

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