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4 June, 04:04

1. Why does the author choose to describe the Torwood pine forests and The Grapes as he does?

A. to capture the confusion and fear that the characters feel

B. to create tension and conflict between the characters

C. to give this part of the story a dark and foreboding mood

D. to provide readers with key details about the behavior and outlook of characters

2. What is the effect of the Chancellor of the Exchequer entrance at the inn just after Fisher says, "By Jove! that's an idea. You're perfectly right. And that suggests a very queer idea, doesn't it?"

A. It adds a parallel plot line that casts doubt on Fisher's honesty and innocence.

B. It shocks readers by revealing a detail about Fisher that he wants to hide.

C. It builds suspense as readers are eager to know what idea it suggests.

D. It introduces a flashback that explains exactly what killed the man.

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  1. 4 June, 04:30
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    Answer: 1. C) 2. A)

    Explanation:

    1. We can see description like ''Torwood pine forest and the grapes'' often in literature and it is often used to create sense of fear or confusion in the readers (not characters) so they could assume that some mysterious events are going to happen. In forests we don't know what we can find and what kind of animals can appear that is why often readers are having dark thoughts which is giving the story foreboding and dark mood. Also, there are a lot of dark colors in the forests and the grapes.

    2. This excerpt is from the novel ''The Man Who Knew Too Much'' and after that we can see that ''There was a silence, and then March started with irrational.'' Because of the silence after those words, the readers will doubt on Fisher's honesty and innocence and also because it was odd for people that he is perfectly right in something.
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