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Question 155 / 5 pointsSomeone who is moroseisQuestion options:scheming.gloomy.seriously ill.eager.
Question 165 / 5 pointsA story follows a sequence of events called a plot, which is organized into distinct phases. One phase is called the inciting incident. Which describes the inciting incident?
Flashback in plot Question 5 / 5 points
17Which segment from Robert Hayden's "Frederick Douglass" demonstrates parallelism?
Question 185 / 5 pointsWhich word is closest in meaning to profundity?
Question 195 / 5 pointsWhich rhetorical device is exemplified in the following passage from “Frederick Douglass?”. . when it belongs at last to all, when it is truly instinct, . . .; when it is finallywon . . .Question options:repetitionparallelismexclamationmetaphor
Question 205 / 5 pointsWhat message is expressed in Hiroshima's opening paragraph, which describes the lives of ordinary people going about their day?
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