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Read the excerpt. We shall not always expect to find them supporting our view. But we shall always hope to find them strongly supporting their own freedom—and to remember that, in the past, those who foolishly sought power by riding the back of the tiger ended up inside. Which phrases make this statement from John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address an example of antithesis? we shall not always and we shall always supporting our view and supporting their own freedom riding the back of the tiger and ended up inside strongly supporting and foolishly sought
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anonymous
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samkellogg
  • samkellogg
D
samkellogg
  • samkellogg
it said that u replied but I can't see it So did u?

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anonymous
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Read the passage. “Mama,” Wangero said sweet as a bird. “Can I have these old quilts?” I heard something fall in the kitchen, and a minute later the kitchen door slammed. . . . In “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, what does the reader learn about Maggie from this passage? Maggie is upset that Dee might get the quilts. Maggie understands thatDee really is sweet as a bird. Maggie does not want to participate in the family. Maggie is clumsy and embarrassed
anonymous
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A
anonymous
  • anonymous
you sure?
samkellogg
  • samkellogg
do u have an idea???
anonymous
  • anonymous
i thought it was like Maggie does not want to participate in the family. but im not sure
samkellogg
  • samkellogg
well she asked for the quilts and then the kitchen door slammed a minute after so that's what makes me think A
anonymous
  • anonymous
In “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, what does the story say about the role of personal relationships in social change? Personal relationships form the basis of all social change. Personal relationships can inhibit true social change. Social change can be seen from multiple perspectives. Social change can come at the cost of personal relationships. what about this one
anonymous
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samkellogg
  • samkellogg
well its not C cuz it says nothen about the personal relationships
samkellogg
  • samkellogg
C
anonymous
  • anonymous
huh? so its C
samkellogg
  • samkellogg
my bad no D
anonymous
  • anonymous
Compare the rockpile and the apartment in “The Rockpile” by James Baldwin. How are they similar? Both have a religious feeling. Both have a feeling of danger. Both are centers of the community. Both are centers for play.

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