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The title of Hemingway's To Have and Have Not represents Group of

answer choices both neither a commentary on the failure of the social order in the 1930s a commentary of the socio-economic levels of the Dream The Dream in to To Have and Have Not... Group of answer choices all collapses upon itself is made possible by the efforts of the New Deal is marked by success in those who work for it To Have and Have Not Group of answer choices captures the reality of Dream in Depression era Key West recreates the social illnesses of the era all the above is Hemingway's response to the "Social Realists" A central concern of the "Hemingway World" Group of answer choices how to find meaning in a world marked by failure a notion of the heroic and the dream capitalism as a means for achieving the dream socialism as a means for achieving the dream The "Hemingway World" is marked by Group of answer choices alienation pain all violence The "Hemingway World" is marked by Group of answer choices the importance of traditional values and institutions a general lack of morality a general lack of control the significance of the heroic Traditional institutions such as family, religion, government and love give meaning and order to "The Hemingway World." Group of answer choices True False To Have and Have Not's "decline of the individual" is as a result of Group of answer choices the rise of socialism a failing social order the lack of morality unrealized benefits of capitalism In To Have and Have Not the Harry Morgan story has to read against the story of the Gordons and the people on the yachts in order to understand Hemingway's view of the Dream. Group of answer choices True False Harry's single redeeming quality is Group of answer choices his ability to maneuver a failing social order his commitment to his family despite his tough guy persona his strength as a criminal The following quote from THHN represents? "That Night I was sitting in the living room smoking a cigar and drinking a whiskey and water and listening to Gracie Allen on the radio. The girls had gone to the show and sitting there I felt sleepy and I felt good." Group of answer choices neither Harry's central concern what Harry was fighting for both The people on the yachts are all vapid, broken individuals who smash things up, and are far from happy. As such, they represent the best aspects of the American Dream made good. Group of answer choices True False What can be concluded based on the following comparison: Marie is to Harry Morgan as Helen is to Richard Gordon? Group of answer choices Neither Richard Gordon compared to Harry lives up to the "Hemingway World" Harry compared to Richard lives up to the "Hemingway World" Both The following quote from THHN is an indictment of? "I used to make thirty-five dollars a day right through the season taking people fishing. Not I get shot and lose an arm, and my boat, running a lousy load of liquor that's worth hardly as much as my boat. But let me tell you, my kids ain't going to have their bellies hurt and I an't going to dig sewers for the government for less money than will feed them. I can't dig now any way. I don't know who made the laws but I know there ain't no law that you got to go hungry." Group of answer choices none of these the social order that makes the dream impossible the futility of running liquor Harry Morgan and his failure to make the Dream possible In To Have and Have Not the Dream is turned inside out. Group of answer choices True False In Their Eyes Were Watching God Janie's American Dream of the horizon represents: Group of answer choices Her quest for an authentic self and individual agency all of these To find the right husband to give shape to her life To be the wealthiest woman in Eatonville and the Muck Janie's navigation of the Dream is set against the expectations of normalcy inherent in the communities of men and women found Group of answer choices The Muck all of these Eatonville North Florida Their Eyes Are Watching God is squarely rooted in the African American community. Group of answer choices True False "It was a spring afternoon in West Florida. Janie had spent most of the day under the blossoming pear tree in the back-yard. She had been spending every minute that she could steal from her chores under that tree for the last three days. That was to say, every since the first tiny bloom had opened. It had called her to come and gaze on a mystery. From barren brown stems to glistening leaf-buds, from the leaf-buds to snowy virginity of bloom. It stirred her tremendously." Group of answer choices Janie's first realization of the agrarian dream Janie's first realization of selfhood (the Dream) Janie's first experience with naturalism All of these Nanny's assertion that "De nigger woman is de mule uh de world so fur as Ah can see" represents: Group of answer choices the disparity of access to the dream rooted in gender and racial difference both neither a socio-historical connection to the experience of slavery Both the men and women in each of the communities presented in the novel (North-west Florida, Eatonville, and Muck) attempt to define Janie according to Group of answer choices her uniqueness within these communities what she does for them expectations of normalcy regarding gender and social class roles the men she marries Joe Stark "Jody" contextualizes the Dream and Janie in it as? Group of answer choices a leader of great men and women none of these fame and fortune rooted in power—the accumulation of valuable items a desire to be a big voice and do better than his parents Tea Cake contextualizes the Dream and Janie in it as? Group of answer choices all of these a leader of a peasant rebellion a champion of racial equality an equal partner in a simple agrarian dream Janie's sacrifice of Tea Cake represents? Group of answer choices her desire to be with Mrs. Turner's brother her complicity in white supremacy her anger at his popularity her reaching the horizon in terms of realizing selfhood Janie's guilt or innocence is predicated on the interpretation—understanding—of hers and Tea Cake's story by others. Group of answer choices True False The act of telling "her story" represents Janie's underlying achievement of? Group of answer choices all of these a connection with a community of women agency a historical representation of the trials of womanhood When Joe first enters Janie's life, he "spoke for the far horizon." This assertion was realized in his treatment of Janie. Group of answer choices True False The following quote from Their Eyes Were Watching God signifies? "Janie soon began to feel the impact of awe and envy against her sensibility. The wife of the Mayor was not just another woman as she had supposed. She slept with authority and so she was part of it in the town mind. She couldn't get but so close to most of them in spirit." Group of answer choices her equality amongst the town her connectedness to the town her status as trophy her own sense of agency In what way does Tea Cake help Janie reach her goal of the "Horizon"/Dream? Group of answer choices He teaches her independence all of these He includes in her all activities He insists that they are equals Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman represents? (Please select "both") Group of answer choices The failure of the Dream neither Willy's misunderstanding of the Dream both

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