It\'s most accurate to say that interpretative literature A. is intended to meet the reader\'s expectations. B. refers to today\'s hot topics. C. contains or suggests universal truths. D. weaves exciting action around a standard formula. * 2. It may be said that great literature embraces ambiguity because A. it reflects the uncertainty we face in real-life decisions. B. little insight is offered into the character or qualities of an antagonist. C. it allows us to interpret a plot in at least two ways. D. we seldom have clues to the motivations of the protagonist. * 3. The most significant conflict in \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair\" is between A. Marjorie and men in general. B. Warren and Marjorie. C. Bernice and Marjorie. D. Bernice and herself. * 4. In F. Scott Fitzgerald\'s story \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair,\" we are very likely to A. see Marjorie\'s personality as shallow. B. think of both Marjorie and Bernice as painfully naïve. C. realize that Marjorie is sensitive to Bernice\'s feelings. D. decide that Bernice will never escape her dependent nature. * 5. Which one of the following items is an example of a symbol in \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair\"? A. Bernice\'s car B. Marjorie\'s talk with her mother C. Bernice\'s haircut D. The dinner-dance at the country club * 6. What is Sarah Jewett suggesting when she writes about Sylvia\'s increasing attraction to the hunter in \"A White Heron\"? A. Sylvia cares more about people than animals. B. Sylvia does one thing but believes the opposite. C. Sylvia is experiencing falling in love. D. Sylvia will do anything for money. * 7. The events that take place in a story make up the story\'s A. climax. B. setting. C. genre. D. plot. * 8. An author of a detective novel is most likely to use figurative language to A. entertain the reader. B. suggest hidden meanings. C. help the reader visualize a character. D. mislead the reader. * 9. The label detective novel is an example of A. a character study. B. a universal truth. C. informational reading. D. a genre. * 10. The term realism refers to A. allowing the reader to draw his or her own conclusions. B. using as much descriptive language as possible. C. making things better than they actually are. D. describing things just as they are. * 11. Which one of the following terms best describes the period of the 1920s? A. Moral B. Symbolic C. Rebellious D. Proper * 12. In fiction, use of conventions leads to A. escapism. B. imagination. C. expectations. D. entertainment. * 13. During what part of \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair\" does Bernice cut Marjorie\'s braids? A. Falling action B. Climax C. Rising action D. Epiphany * 14. Because Bernice changes during the course of \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair,\" she\'s said to be a _______ character. A. dynamic B. symbolic C. static D. one-dimensional * 15. Suppose you\'ve just read a romance novel that has stock characters and a happily-ever-after ending. What kind of literature were you probably reading? A. Interpretive literature B. Universal literature C. Escapist literature D. Informational literature * 16. Which one of the following types of writing would most likely be fiction? A. Essay B. Autobiography C. Novel D. Informational literature * 17. In \"Bernice Bobs Her Hair,\" Bernice is the _______ in the story. A. symbol of fun B. stock character C. genre D. protagonist * 18. The connotative meaning of a word refers to A. its meaning at a specific time in history. B. what it suggests about something. C. the irony suggested by the word. D. its dictionary definition. * 19. The most basic purpose of reading is A. acquiring insight. B. providing entertainment. C. education. D. getting information. * 20. Which one of the following events is an example of situational irony? A. Bernice overhears Marjorie talking with her mother. B. Bernice cuts her hair and suddenly realizes what a mistake it is. C. Warren is disappointed that Bernice cuts her hair. D. Marjorie teaches Bernice how to be more socially accepted.
It's most accurate to say that interpretative literature
All literature involves some kind of performance which is intended for an audience. Sometimes, however, the performative quality of a work (i.e., the fact that it is being presented to an audience) is more obvious than at others. Drama and poetry, for example, tend to emphasize overt performance more than do short stories, which more often are read silently and in solitude. How is the more direct performative aspect of drama and/or poetry reflected in these forms? (Consider for example, each genre’s uses of literary structure, language, technique, and style.) How do these literary elements affect your reading experience?
I've got to write an essay in which I explain how the social, historical, political, and religious events of the time period affected literature of that era and tell how the literature reflects what is going on in Britain during that time...I chose the Victorian Era.Politically, there was good leadership with Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. They restored the public's opinion of monarchy. also, their national pride and optimism encouraged change.Historically, there was rapid growth of the British Empire. This presented Britain with a lot to write about. Britain became the most powerful nation and the Industrial Revolution began.This was good for some people introducing mass production which provided many jobs and cheaper goods.However, the Industrial Revolution also contributed to poor social conditions. The poor experienced the worst. With terrible working conditions, extreme child labor, poverty, disease, crowded and unsanitary housing, and a high crime rate the poor were miserable.All these factors contributed to an outburst of literature. Realism became very popular and writers focused on exposing the conditions of the time period.I'm supposed to include religion and such...and also literary examples..I'm just lost on what to incorporate.And I'm not really sure how everything affected literature.
Who is the intended audience for the novel The Scarlet Letter? That is a good question. He wrote of historical times, of sin, guilt, and repentance. He wrote of social mores, social pressure, and the pain of reconciling this with personal morals. I think the gist of his thrust was to call for repentance, that we are all sinners. This makes for a very wide audience. Sin is in the hearts of man, as is the hope of goodness. Reading other works by Hawthorne probably is a good idea to answer this question also.when say cat toe is like ah cut ca uh toe Another good approach to this question would be to look at the time in which Hawthorne lived. Who was his audience? Most writers are trying to talk to the people of their time and space. What were the problems of his time?
Aggression is verbal or physical behavior intended to cause harm. It is difficult to think that we participate in aggressive behavior, and yet we all do at some level and at some point in our lives. We know that no one theory is ever completely accurate in describing a behavior – especially one as complex as aggression. Please elaborate, on which (one) of the three below that, you feel is most accurate. Choose one that you feel is most accurate. Theories of Aggression 1). Aggression as a Biological Phenomenon 2). Aggression as a Response to Frustration 3). Aggression Behavior as a Learned Social Behavior My AnswerI see validity in all three theories; I feel that the Frustration Aggression Theory holds true based on my professional and personal interactions in life. My Question to Jiskha ExpertsTo illustrate, since this theory clearly demonstrates how frustration serves as a sort of "trigger" or catalyst for aggressive behaviors and does not just happen out of the blue, I find it to be so relevant. This theory also shows how interconnected frustration and aggression truly are since this theory also asserts that aggression is always caused by frustration, and aggression is prompted by frustration. I like this "two-way street" sort of logic here. JiskhaHow do you feel about it?
In the following sentence, is the everyday or the scientific meaning of work intended? A student works on a term paper.The everyday meaning. The physical meaning would be measured in terms of the pushing of a pencil or keyboard keys.
Businesses are intended to make money, and sometimes this means keeping business practices secret. What kind of information does the public have a right to know? What kind of information does a business have a right to keep secret? How do we make these decisions?
My assignment is to find the human vice that each of the seven commandments intended to prevent in the novel, Animal Farm. First, I do not know what human vice the following two are supposed to prevent:Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.Here are the others and my human vices are in the parentheses. No animal shall wear clothes. (Materialism & Self Pride)No animal shall sleep in a bed. (Slothfulness)No animal shall drink alcohol. (Alcoholism)No animal shall kill any other animal. (Murder)All animals are equal. (Prejudice)Could you please check these and give me feedback? Thanks. :)
yeah its me again :) and thank you Writeacher for checking my answer on smoking An antihistamine used to treat a common cold is intended to: A. Decongest B. Suppress the cough reflex C. Dry secretions D. Increase mucus clearance I think it could be either A or D but I'm thinking maybe A is the best answer.
In order for technical communication to be effective, the writer must evaluate the intendedaudience, its characteristics, knowledgebase, expectations, and requirements. Address the following issues as they relate to the user manual you will create for thefinal project:o Audience recognitiono Terms for different audience levelso Issues of diversityo Multiculturalismo Issues of sexist language· Explain how these audience characteristics will impact your technical writing process aswell as how you will adapt a technical writing style for your audience.i ned help finding this info. please
I HONESTLY KNOW THAT THIS SITE IS NOT INTENDED TO JUST GIVE ANSWERS, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO DO THIS PROBLEM WHATSOEVER, SO PLEASE MAKE NO COMMNENTS LIKE "post some work" OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT...IF I HAD WORK TO POST....I WOULDN'T REALLY NEED HELP... :) Thanks. Firemen are shooting a stream of water at a burning building. A high-pressure hose shoots out the water with a speed of 21.0 m/s as it leaves the hose nozzle. Once it leaves the hose, the water moves in projectile motion. The firemen adjust the angle of elevation of the hose until the water takes 3.00 s to reach a building 35.0 m away. You can ignore air resistance; assume that the end of the hose is at ground level. Find the angle of elevation of the hose. Don't know... Find the speed of the water at the highest point in its trajectory. Don't know... Find the acceleration of the water at the highest point in its trajectory. Don't know... How high above the ground does the water strike the building? Don't know... How fast is it moving just before it hits the building? Don't know... You should know the answer to the thrid part at least, since the water follows projectile motion. All projectiles accelerate toward the ground with rate equal to g. The time that it takes for the water to reach the fire, and the distance D, can be used to tell you the horizontal component of the water velocity leaving the hose, Vo cos A. (Vo cos A) * (3 seconds) = D Since the exit velocity Vo is 21 m/s, solve for the cosine of the elevation angle A. From that, get A itself. At the highest point of the trajectory, the vertical component of velocity is zero, and the horizontal component rmeains the initial value. Use the initial vertical component Vo sin A to compute how high it goes. It will spend t = 1.50 seconds going up. The height reached is H = Vo sin A * t - (1/2) gt^2. For the last part (final velocity) think about applying conservation of energy. The potential energy has not changed. Please use these hints to make progress on the problem.