Texas EOC English 1: 3.4 Understanding and Analysis of Literary Texts

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English I EOC AssessmentDramatic Conventions
LiteraryMedia Literacy
Texas EOCTexas EOC English I
Understanding and Analysis of Literary Texts
Texas EOC English IUnderstanding and Analysis of Literary Texts

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way are here we go Which of the following lines

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is the best representation of mr utterson sze character And

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hear the potential answers Okay so we've got a final

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lines that give us the best idea of the real

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mr utterson will you please stand up It probably won't

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be too thrilling Oven expose answer c fails miserably because

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it describes the wrong guy dr lanyon is the one

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who's red faced and boisterous Utterson has never been boisterous

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in his life choice but is actually pretty good but

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it's not right one We can learn a lot about

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characters from their daily habits as a matter of fact

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utter since the laidback sundays tell us a lot about

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him like how he needs to get out more but

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it's under sins thoughts not his habits that drive the

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action so bee is gone Option d isn't the worst

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thing we've ever seen were told directly that utterson doesn't

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care all that much about science that's something to note

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especially for his high school science teacher Well in the

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end a beats out all the others because it gives

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us the most direct info on utterson it sums his

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personality clearly in a nutshell utterson is a conservative guy

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who likes things to be as normal as possible anything

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weird and he flips Out And when you should have 00:01:36.558 --> [endTime] seen him this year running great