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List one example from the descriptions of these animals that shows them to be human, at least in Simon Wheeler's opinion.
Weegy: What descriptions? I don't have the material you're referring to, so I can't answer the question. User: A third figure of speech Twain uses to good effect is personification. When you represent a thing, quality, or idea as if it were a human person, you are using personification. Familiar examples are Mother Nature, Jack Frost, and Uncle Sam. This story contains good examples of personification in the description of Andrew Jackson, the ... (More)
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In the following table, items are listed that might appear in a literary critique. In the first column are the major points; in the second column are minor points to be used in support of the major ideas. Use them to write an outline in standard outline form. Use two subpoints under each main point. You will then have the basis for a sample outline that will help you in planning your own literary critique.
Weegy: Where is the table, what is the topic? What are the scope of the study, i need all these info to answer User: Main points: Weaknesses in the story Reader who enjoys stories about animals Summary of the plot Idea that horses are intelligentRecommendations to readers Illogical plot Identification of the setting Delightful characters Strengths in the story Harry Jones Author's purpose Entertainment for the reader Examples ... (More)
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