When I lost my possessions, I found my creativity. I felt I was being born for the first time. So for me the world became beautiful.
With the Crash, I realized that the greatest fantasy of all was business. The only realistic way of making a living was versifying. Living off your imagination.
Based on the excerpt, which best describes Harburg’s view of the Great Depression?
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a. He has no interest in financial success for himself.
b. He values artistic success over financial success for himself.
c. He believes most people benefited from losing their financial stability.
d. He regrets the fact that he gave away his money to benefit his art.
i thought it was b but i could be wrong... @dmcdowell
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i think he is seeing a terrible situation in good light, yes he lost everything and businesses are plummeting but he chose to see the brighter side he found his creative side and found a light at the end of the tunnel through his imagination he sees a thriving business as a fantasy and the only real way to survive the crash is to live off his imagination and creativeness.
its B im pretty sure
good jog dmcdowell
it is correct
ok well wut about
What theme is addressed in Okita’s poem "In Response to Executive Order 9066"?
a. During World War II, Japanese Americans were not the enemy.
b. For legitimate security measures, the US had to intern Japanese Americans.
c. Japanese Americans posed a serious risk to the security of the country.
d. Japanese Americans were extremely angered by their forced internment.
i thought it was d but im not sure the link is below
this ones a little bit harder
not sure on this one
i think its C but it could be B
im pretty sure its C
ok umm wut about
Which best describes Elie Wiesel’s All Rivers Run to the Sea?
a. an emotionally detached autobiography
b. a brief biographical record of Wiesel’s life
c. a deeply personal account of a true event
d. an intense narrative of historical fiction
i thought it was a the link is below