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a. in a disreputable hotel called the “Flamingo” 23. According to the lecture, when J. Alfred Prufrock asks if he dares “to eat a peach” it is likely a(n): a. sexual image b. indication of a lack of self confidence 24. What is wrong with our traditional concept of heaven, according to Wallace Steven’s “Sunday Morning”? a. nothing ever changes there 25. What does Wallace Stevens seem to suggest we should substitute for faith in God? a. living life to its fullest 26. The lines “When the evening is spread out against the sky/ like a patient etherized upon a table” are an example of: a. metaphysical conceit 27. What does the Invisible Man grab off the electrified carpet? a. advertising tokens 28. According to the lecture, where is the Invisible Man while he is recalling the battle royal? a. In a cellar full of lightbulbs 29. Who else is objectified and humiliated along with the fighters and the Invisible Man in Ellison’s “Battle Royale”? a. a white stripper 30. What is in the message in the “bucket” image in the speech given by the Invisible Man? a. be satisfied with what you have 31. When Hale first enters the Wright home in the play Trifles, the first thing he sees is? a. Mrs. Wright in a rocking chair 32. What do the investigators discover in the Wright’s pantry? a. broken jars of preserves
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33. What does the county attorney criticize in the Wright’s kitchen?
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