Jan 22, 2015

Seventeen Oranges Reference To The Context English Literature

1.Nevertheless it was very rarely.......  how during the day."
A.What did the narrator usually state
B.where did he is we hide stolen goods ?
C. what was a brat ?
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2.'An example has to be made .-.-... --.. than an lucky one.'

A. Who said this and to whom ? Click for Answer >>
B.Where did Pongo immediately go ? Click for Answer >>
C.What did the narrator did to remove the evidence? Click for Answer >>
D.Was he successful in his adventure ? What was his outcome? Click for Answer >>

Answer starts below for reference to context 1:

Answer A: The narrator usually picked some food So that has something to chew for the rest of the day like if a banana box was being unloaded , he would usually take his little cart along side and grab some banana which were often loose and dropped off from the main stock.

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Answer B: He usually hid his stolen goods, under his brat.


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Answer C: The brat was an appron made from sugar bag supposed to be a good protection against rain but the narrator used it mostly for concealing things.

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Answer starts below for reference to context 2:

Answer A:Pongo said these words to the narrator .

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Answer B: Pongo had immediately go to bring up a colleague as a witness to the fact that narrator had stolen Seventeen oranges ; which were placed carefully on the table.


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Answer C: in order to remove the evidence that nikita had followed that arranges including its pips and peels.

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Answer D:Yes , the narrator was successful in his adventure . The outcome of his act was that he was left free by without any charges of stealing because of lack of evidence against the narrator.

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