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Answered a Question in A Visit of Charity
At the end of Welty's story "A Visit of Charity," Marian retrieves a red apple she has hidden in the bushes. She then jumps on the bus and takes a big bite out of the apple. This is an interesting...
Answered a Question in A Doll's House
Some serious action occurs offstage in Ibsen's A Doll's House! The most important event that happens is that Nora has taken out a loan and forged her father's signature. Much of the play's conflict...
Answered a Question in Sweat
In Hurston's story, "Sweat," Delia is a complex character. She tolerates a lot of bad treatment from her husband Sykes. He speaks to her disrespectfully, throws pretend snakes (whips) at her, and...
Answered a Question in Reference
Eudora Welty's story, "A Visit of Charity," is an interesting story of a young girl's visit to a home for the elderly. For the girl, it is like stepping into another world. The elderly women are...
Answered a Question in Chickamauga
In Bierce's short story "Chickamauga," a young boy has frightening experiences as he walks through the woods. In particular, he encounters a group of soldiers who are bloody and injured as they...
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