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I'm stuck on one question for Sophie's World Study guide. Give 3 examples chapters 1-6...
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The messengers of the letters is one element of the mystery. Sophie cannot quite catch a glimpse of the messenger as he or she delivers them to Sophie's home. Though there are intriguing hints, such as the puncture marks and the dampness, these still do not give a credible idea of who or what the messenger might be.
Next, the nature of the letters themselves. In a way, they function as the clues of the mystery. Rather than revealing all the clues at once, the author presents the letters one at a time, each one with a few hints of the mystery, besides the lessons in philosophy.
Then there is the identity of Hilde. Almost mentioned in passing, Hilde is in some way important in the messages, but it is not at this point clear how the two are connected. Sophie does see some points of similarity between Hilde and herself, yet she cannot discover why, or how, Hilde's father is delivering the birthday cards to Hilde via Sophie.
Posted by michael336 on July 7, 2009 at 5:42 AM (Answer #1)
Sophie's do some questions that are very wired so what more mysterios do you want! Always remember what mystery means. Mystery means: one that is not fully understood or that baffles or eludes the understanding; an enigma
Posted by k1p2g3m4 on October 9, 2012 at 3:21 AM (Answer #2)
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