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15 May, 10:49

Which quotation from the passage best supports the theme

that humans have a natural desire to learn about the

world?

O "They were men. I remember the dead man's face."

O "At least, we make a beginning."

O "And the magic tools are broken-but we can look at

them and wonder."

O "But they were men who built the city, not gods or

demons."

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  1. 15 May, 12:05
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    Answer: C) "And the magic tools are broken-but we can look at them and wonder."

    Explanation: In literature, the theme is the underlying message of a story, it is what critical belief about life is the author trying to convey in the writing of a novel, play, short story or poem. Usually this belief, or idea, is universal and transcends cultural barriers. From the given options, the quotation that supports the theme that humans have a natural desire to learn about the world, is the corresponding to option C, because it expresses the desire of the men to wonder about the things that they don't know.
  2. 15 May, 12:34
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    C: "And the magic tools are broken-but we can look at them and wonder." (i think haha)
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