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Question Answer of Bewitched Jacket | English Literature

By Dino Buzzati Traverso (1906-1972) Question 1: At the party, what was it about the stranger that do the narrator's attention?
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Question 2: What was it about the tailor that made the narrator feel uncomfortable?
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Question 3: what was the narrator plan to avoid letting the maid handle the bewitched jacket?
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Question 4 : how did the narrator establish connection between crime and the money he found?
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Question 5: Why did the narrator finally decide to destroy the jacket?
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Question 6: Which incident dampened the narrator's joy?
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Question 7: What change came over the narrator after he became wealthy?
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Reference to The Context:1:"How will be expensive, I imagined."
Question a: Who said these words and to whom and in which context?
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Question b: Who will be expensive?
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Question Answers 'The Happy Prince' - English Literature | Reference to Context

By: Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Question 1: Why is the prince called happy? Was he really happy ?
Question 2: Why does the Happy Prince send a Ruby for the seamstress ?
Question 3: For whom does the Prince give away his eyes and why ? Question 4 : Why did the Swallow not leave the Prince and go to Egypt?
Question 5: Why does God consider the leaden heart and the dead bird as the two most precious things in the city? Answer 1 >>
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Reference to the context 1: "I hope the town had made perfections."
Question 1: Who said these words to whom and 5?
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Question 2: Where does the Swallow find his shelter ?
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Question 3 : Why does the Swallow say that he had a golden bedroom ?
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Question 4: What happened when the Swallow prepared to go to sleep ?
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Reference to the context 2: " Dear little swallow, you tell me of marvelous th…