In Chapter 28 of Moby-Dck, which ailment of mankind is best symbolized by Ahab’s plight?

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The correct response is - a) obsession with the past. Therefore option Ais the correct response is option A.

Who is Ahab?

In accordance with the Hebrew Bible, Ahab was really the seventh king, the son and heir apparent of King Omri, and the spouse of Jezebel of Sidon. Ahab is depicted as a bad king in the Hebrew Bible, especially for tolerating Jezebel's influence on religious laws and his primary involvement in Naboth's unjust death.

The Bible describes Ahab, also written Achab, as the seventh king of Israel's northern kingdom, ruling from 874 to around 853 BCE. Ahab was the son of King Omri.

God announced a delay in Ahab's punishment out of pity. God promised that the retribution will be delivered during the reign of Ahab's son. Some could view this as unfair, saying that an innocent guy was being penalized for another's wrongdoing.

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Quoted passages must be framed.

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What are u asking???

Write a sentence that opens with a prepositional phrase.

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With a reusable tote in hand, Matthew walked to the farmer's market.

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Why is it important to read a text aloud to check reading rate? 1.It results in a more-accurate measurement.
2. It makes it easier to read at a faster rate.
3. It can help a reader understand unfamiliar words.
4.It decreases the number of sight words.

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The correct answer is most definitely 1.

Explanation:

It results in a more accurate measurement.

Answer:

the answer is a.

Explanation:

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How is Mrs. Stevenson feeling as the scene begins? How do we know she is feeling that way? Cite details from the text to explain her condition.

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She is extremely irritated and we can see that because she hangs up and slams the phone angrily.

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The question refers to the play "Sorry, Wrong Number". At the beginning of the play we are introduced to Mrs. Stevenson, who is trying to reach her husband via phone calls. The calls are not completed successfully, which makes Mrs. Stevenson more and more nervous. She is so irritated that she gives up on completing the call and slams the phone hard showing how angry and furious she is.

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As the scene begins, Mrs. Stevenson is feeling irritated and also fustrated because she is unable to reach the number she was dialing- actually her husband's office line.

We know this because in her fustration and irritation, she slams down the phone.

Below is an excerpt from the text that explains her condition:

Mrs. Stevenson is dialing a number on the phone as the curtain rises. She listens to the phone, slams down the receiver in irritation... She reaches for her pill bottle,  pours herself a glass of water, shakes out a pill, swallows it, then reaches for the phone again, dials the number nervously.

Explanation:

"Sorry, Wrong Number" is a play written by Lucille Fletcher.

It tells the story of a murder case which was planned by the husband of Mrs. Stevenson which was unknown to Mrs. Stevenson. Mrs. Stevenson overheard the conversation of the murderers but never knew she was to be the victim. She tried her possible best to stop the unknown victim from being murdered.

10. Why does Mark Twain use dialect when Wheeler tells the story?A The use of dialect makes the characters more realistic, adding a
serious element to an otherwise humorous story.
B The use of dialect underscores the exaggerated qualities of the
characters and separates the narrator from the story.
C The use of dialect makes it harder to understand, so readers have to
pay more attention to the progress of the story.
D The use of dialect makes the characters seem more intelligent, so
readers take them and the story's message more seriously.

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B). The use of dialect underscores the exaggerated qualities of the  characters and separates the narrator from the story.

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Twain is one of most known realists of all time. He is acknowledged for the portrayal of real-life subjects in authentic and true-to-life manner. The speech pattern that he offers to his characters allows the audience to connect with them naturally as they depict real-life situations in usual language.

As per the question, Twain uses the dialects when Wheeler relates the story as it assists in emphasizing the amplifying qualities of the characters that offers a realistic view for the audience to connect themselves to the narrative and separates the narrator which could affect the naturalistic impression. Thus, option B is the correct answer.

Answer:

the cancer is d

Explanation:

its d be cause the use of dialect makes the character seem more smart and all knowing

Please help ASAP in your own words not sample answers !!!! Which elements of the story make it a morality play? Support your answer with evidence from the play???

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Dear user,

Answer to your query is provided below

The story is aptly titled 'The Necklace' as it revolves around Madame Loisel desire to own and wear jewels. Her desire was fulfilled one day when she borrowed a stunning necklace from her friend Madame Forestier. She happily wore the necklace to a party but sadly, she lost it. After that, her husband and her lose everything they own in order to buy a replacement and return it to Madame Forestier. Only after ten years does Madame Loisel learn that the necklace she had borrowed was a fake made of glass beads!

Explanation:

The theme of 'The Necklace' revolves around class conflict: the difference between the rich and poor. It also emphasises the theme of appearance as opposed to reality. Madame Loisel learns the hard way that 'All that glitters is not gold'.