# Why might a story be reinterpreted by another author

2 months ago

## Solution 1

Guest #3263
2 months ago
This is due to the given perspectives that the story is read from. Also, another person may personally relate to the events in the story in different ways than others, and therefore interpret it differently.

## Solution 2

Guest #3264
2 months ago
Every time someone tells a story it may be a little different because each person has a different perspective of every story.

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News 12 or websites thst give breaking news such as CNN
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The hills of Andalusia were only two hours away, but there was an entire desert between him and the Pyramids. Yet the boy felt that there was another way to regard his situation: he was actually two hours closer to his treasureâ€¦ the fact that the two hours had stretched into an entire year didn't matter. How does the author create a sense of time and place? By expressing the boy's frustration, the author expresses the boy's fear that he has made a mistake. By showing how much time has passed and how far the boy has to travel to realize his goal, the author emphasizes the boy's journey. By contrasting the pyramids of the desert with the hills of Andalusia, the author emphasizes the beauty of the boy's homeland. By comparing how long it took the boy to get to the desert with how long it took him to become a shepherd, the author emphasizes the slow passage of time.
Solution 1
By showing how much time has passed and how far the boy has to travel to realize his goal, the author emphasizes the boy's journey.

The tone of this passage is optimistic. Even though this journey is already taking him longer than he initially expected, his comment that he's actually two hours closer to the treasure shows his positive outlook. Any answer that makes it seem as though the boy is pessimistic or regretting his decision is wrong. Also this passage is not written to emphasize place, but rather to show where Santiago has been and where he is going. This shows his journey.
Solution 2
By showing how much time has passed and how far the boy has to travel to realize his goal, the author emphasizes the boy's journey
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The only things that concerned the sheep were food and water. As long as the boy knew how to find the best pastures in Andalusia, they would be his friends. Yes, their days were all the same, with the seemingly endless hours between sunrise and dusk; and they had never read a book in their young lives, and didn't understand when the boy told them about the sights of the cities. They were content with just food and water, and, in exchange, they generously gave of their wool, their company, and once in a while their meat. How does this passage create a sense of place? By describing the rising and setting of the sun, the author lets the reader know that one day has passed on the boyâ€™s journey. By describing the day-to-day schedule of the sheep, the passage evokes a sense of joy. The passage emphasizes the misery the boy feels at doing the same thing, day after day. The passage highlights that the sheepâ€™s days are always the same, creating a sense of timelessness.
Solution 1

The passage highlights that the sheepâ€™s days are always the same, creating a sense of timelessness.

### What is purpose of passage?

The tone of this section is hopeful. Despite the fact that this excursion is now taking him longer than he at first expected, his remark that he's really two hours nearer to the fortune shows his uplifting perspective.

Any response that causes it to appear to be like the kid is cynical or it is inappropriate to lamenting his choice.

Likewise this section isn't composed to underscore place, but instead to show where Santiago has been and where he is going. This shows his excursion.

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Solution 2

It's D, took the test.

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How did Hades, The Greek God's, power help him?
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Idk what it is but i think his powers help him because without his powers he would die. Plus because he rules the underworld

Solution 2
Besides being an immortal god, one of his special powers was invisibility. he wore helmet called the helm of darkness that allowed him to be invisible. He once loaned his helmet out to the hero Perseus to help him defeat the monster Medusa. hades was the son of Cronus and Rhea, the king and queen of the titans.
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"Am I going to find my treasure?" he asked. He stuck his hand into the pouch, and felt around for one of the stones. As he did so, both of them pushed through a hole in the pouch and fell to the ground. The boy had never even noticed that there was a hole in his pouch. He knelt down to find Urim and Thummim and put them back in the pouch. But as he saw them lying there on the ground, another phrase came to his mind. "Learn to recognize omens, and follow them," the old king had said. How does the symbol of the stones affect the meaning in this passage? By symbolizing the boyâ€™s journey and the choices he will make, the stones remind the boy to pay attention to the omens. The stones symbolize the omens and the trials the boy will face, making him fearful of the future. The stones symbolize the boyâ€™s treasure, reminding him of the great wealth that he will earn. By symbolizing the magical forces of the king of Salem, the stones represent the sorcery the boy will use to find his treasure.
Solution 1

The symbol of the stones affects the meaning in this passage, By symbolizing the boyâ€™s journey and the choices he will make, the stones remind the boy to pay attention to the omens. Thus, option "A" is correct.

He stuck his hand into the pouch and felt around for one of the stones. As he did so, both of them pushed through a hole in the pouch and fell to the ground. The boy had never even noticed that there was a hole in his pouch.

He knelt down to find Urim and Thummim and put them back in the pouch. But as he saw them lying there on the ground, another phrase came to his mind.

Thus, option "A" is correct.

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Solution 2
The correct answer is:Â By symbolizing the boyâ€™s journey and the choices he will make, the stones remind the boy to pay attention to the omens.Â I took the test.
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BECAUSE OF _______ England suffered a long period of artistic and literary drought?
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Because of the plague, England sufferedÂ a long period of artistic and literary drought.
Solution 2
Because of the plague is the answer.
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How does the alchemist affect the Personal Legend of the Englishman? By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend. The Englishman, dismayed to discover that there is no recipe to turn lead into gold, abandons his quest. When he finds the alchemist, the Englishman has fulfilled his Personal Legend. This leaves the Englishman content and satisfied, so there is nothing left to accomplish. The alchemist shows the Englishman that his pursuit of wealth is futile. The Englishman decides to return to the caravan and take his life back into his own hands.
Solution 1
By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend.

The Englishman has tried to accomplish his Personal Legend by doing research and asking for someone to just give him the answer of how to turn lead into gold. The Alchemist, instead of just giving him the answer, tells him that he needs to go and try. This is an important lesson. In life, you can research and read about other people doing what you want to do, but until you go out and actually try to do it yourself, you're not accomplishing anything.Â
Solution 2

A: By instructing the Englishman to go and try, the Englishman is motivated to continue on his journey toward his Personal Legend.

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How do the camel drivers influence the boyâ€™s actions? The reckless and wild nature of one of the camel drivers teaches Santiago to go after his ambitions without restraint. One camel driverâ€™s story about olive trees and loss teaches Santiago that he has to let go of his fear to realize his true destiny. The camel drivers were strong and able to defend their camp against attack; this taught Santiago to fight for what he loves. The camel drivers teach him to speak better Arabic; this enables Santiago to build important connections with people in the desert.
Solution 1

One camel driverâ€™s story about olive trees and loss teaches Santiago that he has to let go of his fear to realize his true destiny.

Explanation:

When Santiago is travelling with a caravan through the desert in The Alchemist, he befriends a camel driver. The driver eventually tells Santiago his own story. We learn that the driver had a successful olive orchard, and was satisfied with his life. However, one day a flood destroyed his land, forcing him to become a camel driver. The story about loss convinces Santiago that one cannot be afraid of losing anything if one wants to achieve one's own true destiny.

Solution 2
You are wrong, it isÂ B.Â I took the test.
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How does the boy influence the life of the Englishman? A) By giving the stones Urim and Thummim to the Englishman, Santiago gives him the ability to make choices that will lead him to his Personal Legend. B) The boy reminds the Englishman of how ignorant people can be, causing him to pursue the alchemist with even more enthusiasm. C) The boy is a friend and loyal companion who convinces the Englishman it would be best to follow the boy's Personal Legend. D) By providing a different perspective and encouraging the Englishman to never give up, the boy helps him to discover the alchemist.
Solution 1
D) By providing a different perspective and encouraging the Englishman to never give up, the boy helps him to discover the alchemist.

When the Englishman and Santiago first meet, they understand that they are both trying to follow their Personal Legends. On their travels through the desert, they recognize that each has a different way of trying to accomplish their goal. The Englishman turns to books and research for his answers, while the boy observes the world around him. They each try the other's way of doing things, but the Englishman gives up quickly. However, at the oasis, the boy reminds the Englishman that the people of the oasis might call the alchemist something else, and this insight helps the Englishman.Â
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What type of biographer/subject relationship does the following passage represent? Pocahontas was most likely born in Werawocomoco (what is now Wicomico, Gloucester County, Virginia) on the north side of the Pamaunkee (York) River, around the year 1595. Her true name was Matoaka, but that name was only used within her tribe.
Solution 1
The answer should be biographer but did not personally know the subject.

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