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PLEASE HELP MEDAL, FAN AND GOOD TESTIMONY PLEASE HELP A poem describes a heroic girl escaping danger. One verse of the poem describes her as a "teenage Lara Croft." Lara Croft is an athletic and intelligent video game character who explores dangerous tombs and ancient ruins. What type of allusion does the author create? Biblical Historical Mythological Pop culture

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  1. anonymous
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    @Destinyyyy and @Nnesha

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    @kaydeepearl

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    @<3bae<3 and @<3pandas18

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    @<3bae<3 @<3pandas18

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    @alexandrababexo

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    @MarziaJackson$

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    Pop Culture since it's a video game which is kind of like culture now. Not history, Not biblical unless in the bible it talks about Jesus playing temple run. G'day.

  10. anonymous
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    thx you up for another

  11. anonymous
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    Sure. Can I please have a medal :)

  12. anonymous
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    yes

  13. anonymous
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    By the way is this 7th grade FLVS?

  14. anonymous
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    why?

  15. anonymous
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    Because I remember doing a lesson about that stuff

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    and yes

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    Read the following newspaper excerpt, then answer the question that follows: I visited with the young musician backstage before her sold-out concert. We spoke about her humble beginnings, her childhood dreams, and the surprising turn of events that brought her to the top. Listening to her tell the tale, you can't help but view it as a Cinderella story. This paragraph from a newspaper article alludes to Cinderella. Based on this literary allusion, which choice best describes the young musician's story? She was a poor girl who married into a royal family and became rich. She was a simple girl whose big dreams unexpectedly came true. She was a talented girl who worked hard and made wise choices to make it big. She was an unhappy girl whose fairy godmother helped her reach her dream.

  18. anonymous
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    C She was a talented girl who worked hard and made wise choices to make it big

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    Read the following short story excerpt, then answer the question that follows: When we rescued Topper, we thought he would be the perfect family dog. And he was…half of the time, anyway. His Jekyll and Hyde personality made our lives completely unpredictable. This paragraph alludes to the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Based on this literary allusion, which choice best describes Topper's personality? Topper changes from good to evil unexpectedly. Topper constantly begs the family for more food. Topper sleeps all day and stays away all night. Topper runs away whenever he gets the chance.

  20. anonymous
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    C

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    Read the following newspaper excerpt, then answer the question that follows: "A David and Goliath Battle Rages Over Sunshine Park" Chelsea Spree played in Sunshine Park as a young girl. When she learned that the Trumont Corporation planned to tear it down to build their international headquarters, she decided to speak up. Though Trumont has millions of dollars and high-paid lawyers on their side, Chelsea has passion. The battle is shaping up to be a tough one. The headline of this news article makes a biblical allusion. The mention of David and Goliath suggests a battle in which one opponent is much smaller than the other one opponent is threatening another's childhood memories two opponents are battling over the same land two opponents are in a very tough contest

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    @Gunboss

  23. anonymous
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    someone help

  24. Excalibur0126
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    Mythological

  25. anonymous
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    so

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    @Destinyyyy

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    Read the following newspaper excerpt, then answer the question that follows: "A David and Goliath Battle Rages Over Sunshine Park" Chelsea Spree played in Sunshine Park as a young girl. When she learned that the Trumont Corporation planned to tear it down to build their international headquarters, she decided to speak up. Though Trumont has millions of dollars and high-paid lawyers on their side, Chelsea has passion. The battle is shaping up to be a tough one. The headline of this news article makes a biblical allusion. The mention of David and Goliath suggests a battle in which one opponent is much smaller than the other one opponent is threatening another's childhood memories two opponents are battling over the same land two opponents are in a very tough contest

  28. anonymous
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    A

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    Read the following diary entry, then answer the question that follows: Dear Diary, I can't believe it! Yesterday, we finished choreographing the perfect routine for the talent contest. Today, I find out that Becky has shared all of our moves with the team we were competing against. That Benedict Arnold even gave them a copy of our customized music mix. This diary entry alludes to a Benedict Arnold. This historical allusion indicates that the writer of the diary thinks Becky is a cheater friend contact traitor

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    @Gunboss

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    D

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    Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Our family road trip is far from perfection. We've traveled for days in every direction. We are driving in circles and lost in the dark. It seems mom and dad are no "Lewis and Clark!" This poem features a historical allusion to Lewis and Clark. Why does the author feel his parents are not like the real life duo? Lewis and Clark always got along well with each other. Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition. Lewis and Clark traveled for years rather than days. Lewis and Clark traveled by foot or horse and not by car.

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    @Gunboss

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    @MikeyMaximum

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    Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Our family road trip is far from perfection. We've traveled for days in every direction. We are driving in circles and lost in the dark. It seems mom and dad are no "Lewis and Clark!" This poem features a historical allusion to Lewis and Clark. Why does the author feel his parents are not like the real life duo? Lewis and Clark always got along well with each other. Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition. Lewis and Clark traveled for years rather than days. Lewis and Clark traveled by foot or horse and not by car.

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    @MikeyMaximum

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    @MikuxLuka

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    Read the following poem, then answer the question that follows: Our family road trip is far from perfection. We've traveled for days in every direction. We are driving in circles and lost in the dark. It seems mom and dad are no "Lewis and Clark!" This poem features a historical allusion to Lewis and Clark. Why does the author feel his parents are not like the real life duo? Lewis and Clark always got along well with each other. Lewis and Clark expertly navigated their expedition. Lewis and Clark traveled for years rather than days. Lewis and Clark traveled by foot or horse and not by car. do this one @@MikuxLuka

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    @MikuxLuka

  41. anonymous
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    oh jesus lol <3

  42. anonymous
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    lol

  43. anonymous
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    B

  44. anonymous
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    HAHA stole your question :D

  45. anonymous
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    damn it..

  46. anonymous
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    medal? and btw I cant answer any more of yours. You have to do your own work.

  47. anonymous
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    its the years not days one but okie, im wrong i guess

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