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A swiftly Tilting Planet, A Wind in the Door, and A Wrinkle in Time were written by Mandeleine L'Engle
Buck did not read the newspapers, or he would have known that trouble was brewing, not alone for himself, but for every tidewater dog, strong of muscle and warm, long hair, from Puget Sound to San Diego. This exerpt is from Jack London's Call of the Wild
Which of the following authors is associated with the Colonial, or Puritan, period of American Literature Anne Bradstreet
The book, though published in a radical period (1972) and an expanding economy, has a conservative ecological message. It releases the adventures of a tribe of British rabbits who must flee their warren in the Berkshires. This novel is Watership Down by Richard Adams
Watership Down by Richard Adams characterizes the book she describes as a fantasy intended to comment on a contemporary phenomenon
No more he grieved at that which thou hast done. Roses have thorns, and silver fountains mud, Clouds and eclipses stain the moon and sun, And loathsoome canker lives in sweetest bud. Which excerpt is the main idea? Nothing in the world is perfect.
The dale ral like a stony trough between the ridges hills, and a trickling stream flowed among the boulders at the bottom. What literary device is used? Similie
The powerful hauches pushed into the distances and the tail hairs streamed white mist behind them refers to storm clouds moving across the sky
The storm passed swiftly. The clouds moved east. They were massive and full, crowding together in the sky. This passage represents the storm through mathaphor
Among the most obvious general features of ______ poetry are persistent references to nature and natural objects, intimate self-revelation of the poet, and direct expression of strong, personal emotion. Romantic
Aristotle moved from place to place in the Lyceum while he taught. He was the prototype of peripatetic teachers. To determine the meaning of perppatetic a student would find what helpful? The use of context clues
A high school teacher wants to meet the needs of reluctant readers who are required to read Emily Bontte's Withering Heights. What would most likely motivate her students? Software allowing students to interact with the setting of the novel
Traveling at a speed of 80 mph, he saw a car go by in a blur. Swimming swiftly through the aquarium, the children were delighted by the fish. What is the cause of confusion in this sentence? The participal phrase at the beginning of the sentences do not refer tothe grammatical subjects.
For your safety, we ask you to kindly stay in your seat until the "fasten your seatbelts" sign has been turned off. this sentences contains a ______. Splilt Infinitive
Sometimes,she would coldly tolerate me; Sometimes, she would condescend me; Sometimes she would be quite familiar with me; sometimes she would tell me energetically that she hated me. This sentence opens with an independent clause.
As soon as I could recover myself sufficiently, I hurried out after him and looked for him in the neighboring streets; but he was gone. This sentence opens with a subordinate clause.
It was then that I began to understand that everything in the room, like the watch and the clock, had stopped a long time ago. This sentence contains an appositive
Not all students were present. This sentence does not contain an ambiguity.
The nouns "flower" and "flour". A pair of homophones
phone, auto, ad, math These words are examples of clipped forms.
English has taken words from the various _____ languages. A good many words were adopted from Spanish in the nineteenth century; adobe, bonanza, canyon, and mustang. What word best completes the sentence? Romance
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