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In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

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    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?
    a.Every life is based on habit and instinct.
    B. Each life pits mercy against nature.
    C. Our lives are lived in response to our predetermined fate.
    D. The course of a life is determined by pure chance.

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    "After having lived with her for a year, Chad studied Marilou's eyes across the table, realizing he had never had a clue about what make her tick." This sentence from a hypothetical novel suggests what kind of narrative voice?

    A. First person participant
    B. First person reporting

    C. Third person restricted omniscience

    D. Third person imaginary

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    dont no

  • THE call of the wild -

    This sentence from a hypothetical novel suggests what kind of narrative voice?

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    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements

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    how do you make the color red

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    green and purple

  • the novel -

    "After having lived with her for a year, Chad studied Marilou's eyes across the table, realizing he had never had a clue about what make her tick." This sentence from a hypothetical novel suggests what kind of narrative voice?

    A. First person reporting
    B. First person participant

    C. Third person imaginary

    D. Third person restricted omniscience

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

    A. The course of a life is determined by pure chance.
    B. Each life pits mercy against nature.

    C. Our lives are lived in response to our predetermined fate.

    D. Every life is based on habit and instinct

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    The survival of the fittest is an idea promoted by

    A. Charles Darwin.
    B. Friedrich Nietzsche.

    C. Karl Marx.

    D. Carl Jung.

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

  • the novel -

    After having lived with her for a year, Chad studied Marilou's eyes across the table, realizing he had never had a clue about what make her tick." This sentence from a hypothetical novel suggests what kind of narrative voice

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

    A. The course of a life is determined by pure chance.
    B. Every life is based on habit and instinct.
    C. Our lives are lived in response to our predetermined fate.
    D. Each life pits mercy against nature.

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements

  • the novel -

    In The Call of the Wild, when London writes about "what a puppet thing life is," it reflects the theme summarized in which of the following statements?

    A. Our lives are lived in response to our predetermined fate.
    B. Each life pits mercy against nature.
    C. The course of a life is determined by pure chance. <<<<< That's my answer!!
    D. Every life is based on habit and instinct.

  • the novel -

    "After having lived with her for a year, Chad studied Marilou's eyes across the table, realizing he had never had a clue about what make her tick." This sentence from a hypothetical novel suggests what kind of narrative voice?

    A. First person reporting
    B. Third person imaginary
    C. Third person restricted omniscience <<<<< That's the right answer!!
    D. First person participant

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