Lines 161–165: Compare these lines to lines 91–96 of the excerpt from Flesh & Blood So Cheap. What details are similar in each account of the spreading fire? What would likely be the source of the detail about the air seeming to be on fire that makes it a fact and not an image from the author’s imagination?
English, 22.06.2019 02:30, itsstaytay200
Read sentence 13 from the draft. some plants retain a great deal of their foliage through much of the spring and summer, but the leaves do not retain their green color for long. which detail would be best to add after sentence 13 to develop the topic? a. since the green color of the leaves that are bright and abundant during the warmer months will disappear by the time it is fall, it is important that the leaves are trimmed and kept freshly cut so that they will last for as long as possible. b. while the temperature outside may dictate when the fall colors of leaves appear, it is only one of many environmental factors that play a part in the changing of colors from green leaves to fall-colored leaves during the cooler months. c. if people want to enjoy the green color of leaves longer, trees should be planted where the environment is warmer and the days longer because chlorophyll in the leaves can only be manufactured and replaced with sunlight and warmth. d. the green chlorophyll normally masks the fall-colored pigments during the warmer months, but as sunlight becomes less abundant and trees become frozen, the fall colors of leaves become more visible as chlorophyll disappears.
English, 22.06.2019 08:20, shamiya15
Which statement best describes a difference between the poem "ellis island" and the essay ": a native american view"? the poem discusses difficulties encountered by europeans, but the essay does not. the essay discusses the identity of the author, but the poem does not. the poem discusses immigration in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, but the essay does not. the essay discusses hopes for america, but the poem does not.
English, 22.06.2019 10:50, prxncekevin
In act v of a midsummer night's dream, quince presents the prologue for “pyramus and thisbe.” when he finishes, hippolyta comments: indeed he hath played on his prologue like a child on a recorder—a sound, but not in government. which tone does the simile “played on his prologue like a child on a recorder” create? it creates a sad, wistful tone by comparing quince’s performance to a beautiful tune. it creates a surprised tone by comparing quince’s performance to an eloquent speech by a government official. it creates a relaxed tone by comparing quince’s performance to lovely recorder music. it creates a humorous tone by comparing quince’s performance to a child playing an instrument badly.
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