In “From the Heart,” which implicit evidence supports the analysis that Kelly’s father is the one who installed the magic hearth? Select all that apply
“Did you notice the hearth, dear?” he asked hopefully.
“You’re right. A hearth does have heart, and gifts from the heart are the best kind.”
“Soon she found herself standing directly in front of the hearth, surrounded by a mass of smiling, sweaty faces.”
“And now we are all going to show Kelly why a hearth has a heart, right?”
bgr myujyte k6ujrykury which of the following was specifically permitted by the emancipation proclamation?
free african americans were allowed to fight for the confederacy.
free african americans were allowed to enlist in the union army and navy.
enslaved people in border states were allowed to move to the north.
enslaved people in border states were allowed to become confederate citizens.
the word that best matches the meaning of the expression "went to the big ocean" is died.
the goldfish died, which is why the father looks at the children mournfully. the "big ocean" is the father's way of saying fish heaven. he could have just said that the goldfish died, but this way, the children imagine the fish in a bigger, better place instead of just picturing a dead fish.
well easy, ask her if she's free or if she would like to go out with you.
cockroaches and rats most likely symbolize in the play is :how life always finds a way to thrive.