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What is the main purpose of the exposition in a short story? A. to develop the story's conflict B. to describe the results of the story's conflict C. to introduce the story's characters and setting D. to drive the story's plot to its climax

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  1. anonymous
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    anyone?

  2. anonymous
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    @Mr.Z

  3. Mr.Z
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    I think D.

  4. Mr.Z
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    C or D, but probably C.

  5. anonymous
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    so put c?

  6. anonymous
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    It is C

  7. Mr.Z
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    Yay!

  8. anonymous
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    The Five Elements of Plot Structure. Every story must have a beginning. The start, or exposition, is where the characters and setting are established. During this part of the novel, the conflict or main problem is also introduced.

  9. anonymous
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    could you help me with some other ones too?

  10. anonymous
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    @Mgrubius99

  11. Mr.Z
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    Sure.

  12. anonymous
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    Which detail from "The Glass of Milk" supports the inference that it is not pride alone that keeps the boy from begging for food? A. The boy sees the city as a "den of slavery." B. The boy feels disgust at the "gaudy tramp" who takes the sailor's food. C. When offered a handout, the boy "refused it heroically." D. When the boy sees sailors giving out food, he shrinks from them "from timidity and shame."

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    @Mr.Z

  14. Mr.Z
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    I'm thinking.

  15. Mr.Z
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    B I think.

  16. Mr.Z
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    I'm leaning towards B.

  17. anonymous
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    @suckatskool808 yes I can help

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    For what type of literature is James Thurber best known? A. humorous stories B. realistic stories C. horror stories D. dramatic stories

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    "James Grover Thurber was an American cartoonist, author, journalist, playwright, and celebrated wit. Thurber was best known for his cartoons and short stories, published mainly in The New Yorker magazine and collected in his numerous books." Most likely A.

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    In Jack London's "To Build a Fire," the narrator reports the feelings and concerns of both the man and the dog. This kind of narration is an example of which point of view? A. first-person B. third-person omniscient C. third-person limited D. second-person

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    @Mgrubius99

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    Third person omniscient is a point of view where the narrator knows all the thoughts, actions, and feelings of all characters. The author may move from character to character to show how each one contributes to the plot

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    How does the setting of a small town during the Great Depression affect the characters and plot of "Gumption"? A. The characters see more and more opportunities and feel optimistic. B. The characters are wealthy and have many options for resolving conflicts. C. The characters face difficult problems with few resources. D. The characters care little about their living conditions and opportunities. @Mgrubius99

  24. anonymous
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    The characters care little about their living conditions and opportunities.

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    Which best describes the central conflict in "The Glass of Milk"? A. The boy's need for food conflicts with his desire to make it on his own. B. The boy's fear of strangers conflicts with his desire to ask for help. C. The boy's need for work conflicts with his desire to rest. D. The boy's gratitude to the woman conflicts with his desire to pay for his food. @Mgrubius99

  26. anonymous
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    I don't know but @sophiaholder might.

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    In "Gumption," Clara admires the Oysters' gumption and advises Syl to have gumption. In what way is her advice ironic? A. Clara herself lacks gumption, yet she has a job. B. Syl needs a job, but gumption got the Oysters fired. C. Gumption is required for office workers but not for porters. D. Education is more important to office workers than gumption is.

  28. anonymous
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    how about this one? @Mgrubius99

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