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“She stood at the stage door; she wanted to act, she said. Men laughed in her face. The manager—a fat, loose-lipped man—guffawed. He bellowed something about poodles dancing and women acting—no woman, he said, could possibly be an actress.”—What comparison was Virginia Woolf making here, based on the time period in which she lived? A. She was showing how men treated women terribly from one era to the next. B. Women have been ridiculed in every time period. C. She was comparing male and female acting roles in the Victorian Era. D. Women during Shakespeare’s time period had

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    @shamallamadingdong do you know the answer?

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    no im better at history then this but i have a friend that might

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    alright thank you

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    are you sure?

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    the reason ilov e jack isc uz he comes quick and allways know the answer

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    wow

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    yes im positive

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    thanks athlectic blonde 17 yr old

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    Thank you @Jack_Prism can i get your help on a few more?

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    What figure of speech is used in the following line of poetry from Auden’s “Musee des Beaux Arts”? In Brueghel’s Icarus, for instance: how everything turns away… A. metaphor B. allegory C. allusion D. personification

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    c

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    What is the stream of consciousness writing technique? A. The traditional plot and structure the author uses to keep the flow of ideas. B. A work of literature that uses images of flowing rivers, streams, and lakes. C. Is the non-traditional form of writing in which the reader gets to directly see a characters’ flow of thoughts. D. It is the same as the third-person point of view

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