This passage describes the musings of Mrs. Dalloway's friend Lucrezia as she walks by herself in Regent's Park. (Lucrezia took c
are of her husband, a war veteran who was gradually sinking into insanity. She married him in Milan, Italy, and moved to London with him.)In this passage, what is the night compared to?A. Lucrezia's unheeded wordsB. Lucrezia's plight as a married womanC. the all-encompassing mistD. Mrs. Dalloway
The watchdog asked Milo what he was doing in the Doldrums. They are the guardians of time, continuously on the lookout for whoever is wasting time.
<em>The Phantom Tollbooth</em> is a fantasy story written by Norton Juster that tells the story of a young boy named Milo. The plot revolves around the imaginary Kingdom of Wisdom and Milo's experience in the kingdom.
The watchdog is the guardian of time, looking for anyone who wastes time. When Milo entered the fantasy world, the watchdog asked him what he was doing in the Doldrums. Milo replied that he was just <em>"killing time"</em>, that led to the watchdog's anger, leading him to furiously tell him that killing time is worse than wasting time.
i think The problem in the story and the conflict is the townspeople's refusal to pay the piper as they had promised. They have been provided the service but they go back on their word. The problem is resolved by the piper because he gains payment by stealing the town's children.