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What historical event happened in Montana
some historical events were people cheeting and not doing right
What is a good thesis statment about Elie Wiesel
the perils of indifference
Whose radio broadcast of the book The War of the Worlds
Who first discovers the alien cylinder that fell to Earth
What happens when the Martian cylinder opens
The townspeople run when they see a large bulging creature with tentacles
Who first discovers the alien cylinder on horsell common
Why was England afraid of invasion at the end of the 19th century
Germany had just successfully invaded France(for apex btw
How do the townspeople first react to the appearance of the mars cylinder the War of the Worlds
They are curios about the object and what it is
Where in the story's sequence of events is the narrator of the War of the Worlds as he begins to tell the story
How does Wells's narrator add a sense of credibility to The War of the Worlds
by using scientific language that shows he knows what he is talking about
Which element from H. G. Wells's The War of the Worlds does Orson Welles transform in the radio broadcast apex
D. The setting of the story on Apex
What central belief do both Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. present in their speeches
both believe that freedom for the oppressed is worth fighting for - apex
When The War of the Worlds was written England feared
Attack from another country on apex
In The War of the Worlds why does Wells choose to have Martians instead of a more realistic enemy attack England
(Apex) To emphasize what could happen if an enemy caught England with its guard down.
What behavior is most clearly a response to a rhetorical situation
Speaking especially slowly and clearly Apex
What will An attack by martians best symbolizes the fear that an invader will..
use unknown weapons and technology
In The War of the Worlds the narrator believes that Martians came to Earth because
What can you infer about the narrator from this passage of The War of the Worlds
That he is intelligent and well educated - APEX :)
How does Wiesel most clearly try to persuade the audience in this passage
buy a pilling to the emotions of the audience
In the radio broadcast war of the Worlds how did Orson Welles change the novel to better fit the new medium of radio
He used shorter sentences and simpler words.
What evidence from the radio broadcast War of the worlds supports the theme that human vanity can cause problems
PHILLIPS : Then your quite convinced as a scientists that living intelligence as we know it does exist on mars?
PIERSON : I'd say the changes against it are a thousand to one.
What rhetorical strategy is Wiesel using in the passage
logos by showing a specific example of the cost of indiffernce
Which option is the best example of believable evidence that could be used in a hoax
a photograph of an alien spaceship landing on earth TRUE for APEX
Why does Wells call the Martian spacecraft the Thing
(Apex) Because he doesn't fully understand what it is yet.
Which source would be considered the most trustworthy
a mayor network radio show
What theme do both the novel and radio versions of The War of the Worlds share
Humans are too vain and shouldn't take their safety for granted
How does the opening paragraph of The War of the Worlds create suspense
by giving hints about events in the story that have already happend
which story synopsis is the best example of invasion literature
(Apex Learning) An alien race comes to Earth offering friendship but secretly plans to enslave humans and use them for food.