The author's lesson in his story "The Other Side of the Hedge" is D. "one man's ceiling is another man's floor". User:
The influence of E. M. Forster's belief in secular humanism can be found throughout his writings, which demonstrate his belief that
A. faith in a higher power can provide strength in difficult times.
B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth.
C. the spiritual side of life is more valid than the material side.
D. emotions are worthless and their display shows personal weakness.
B. reason and science are the appropriate methods to find truth. User:
Given that Forster's story is an allegory, the reader should
A. look for ways the author may be trying to trick the reader.
B. consider the possibility of multiple conceptual meanings.
C. apply popularly accepted conventions when reading it.
D. take the words and phrases literally.
B. consider the possibility of multiple conceptual meanings. User:
The author suggests that the protagonist's brother wastes his life
A. running race after race.
B. by singing too much and helping other people.
C. by not wanting to make money.
D. by giving away all of his possessions.
C. by not wanting to make money. User:
In “The Other Side of the Hedge,” the main character values
D. pleasure. Weegy:
The main character in "The Other Side of the Hedge" values freedom. User:
All of the following represent themes that E. M. Forster explores in his short story "The Other Side of the Hedge," EXCEPT
D. adultery. Weegy:
D. adultery User:
Which of the following conflicts does the story “The Other Side of the Hedge” present?
A. What will happen to us after we die?
B. Will people degenerate to chaos without laws?
C. Why do bad things happen to good people?
D. Which is more valuable, goals or relationships?
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