Literature-Help me Ms. Sue

Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the _________ level.

A. literal
B. supernatural
C. psychological
D. imaginary

I think it's C

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  1. Right

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  2. I agree.

  3. What about this one?

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  4. In 'Young Goodman Brown," Hawthorne reveals his feelings about his puritan ancestors when

    A. the dark man reveals that he helped brown's forebears persecute others.

    B. Faith expresses her anxieties about young Brown's departure.

    C. Brown discovers his catechism teacher is on speaking terms with the Devil.

    D. Brown strives to resist his dark mission.

    I think it's A

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  5. Right.

  6. In "Paul's case," the story suggests that Paul's "dark corner" represents his

    A. fear of his father.
    B. destiny as misfit.
    C. contempt for authority.
    D. homosexual orientation.

    I think it's D.

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  7. I agree.

  8. Paul's tattered clothes are a symbol of his
    A. economic circumstances
    B. rebellious nature
    C. desire to insult the faculty
    D. unconcern about what he looked like

    I think it's A

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  9. I disagree. Paul is from a middle class home.

  10. What about B?

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  11. I think B is right.

  12. Studying the plot elements in "A Pair of Silk Stockings," you might reasonably conclude that the essence of her story

    A. emphasizes the hardship of poverty
    B. is found in its sensual descriptions
    C. reflects the despair of daily life
    D. is identical to Paul's in "Paul's Case."

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  13. I think it's B

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  14. That's not how I interpret this story.

  15. Then what about C

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  16. Yes. I think C is the answer.

  17. Twain's account of Colonel Rall's speech ("full of gunpowder and glory") is contrasted most vividly to the Marion Ranger's collective remorse over
    A. the shooting of an unarmed rider.
    B. rebuffing Dunlap's wise advice.
    C. following Captain Lyman into a trap.
    D. the strange affair at "Camp Desolation"

    I think it's A

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  18. Sorry -- but I don't know these works.

  19. okay thank you anyway

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  20. You're welcome.

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