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What is the conflict in the story? the queen bee wants to kill the princess so she can stay the queen

What is the theme of the story? the theme is that hard work could pay off and what you give is what you get

How do the characters of the story influence the theme and conflict? the bees don\'t want to work because if beatufull outside

How does the setting influence the theme and conflict The setting is that everyone wants to be lazy and rest instead of work since it looks so beautiful outside
How does the plot influence the theme and conflict? The plot influences the theme and conflict because the queen bee wants to kill the princesses so that is what makes the conflict and what influences the theme is that the larvae keeps thinking and acting like she is queen and then she becomes queen which implies the message \"Fake it till\' you make it\".

and this is the queiston yall have to anwser pls help. What evidence did you cite to support your opinion? Did you provide relevant comments and how did you move the discussion to a deeper level?
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mariam680668 1 year ago
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The theme of "The Queen Bee"by Carl Ewald was on Hardwork. This is because, the other bees wanted not to work for the farmer but to go out there in the field for other things but was called back by the Queen bee.

The theme of a story is what the author is trying to convey — in other words, the central idea of the story. Short stories often have just one theme, whereas novels usually have multiple themes.

The Secret Life of Bees demonstrates the irrationality of racism by not only portraying black and white characters with dignity and humanity but by also demonstrating how Lily struggles with—and ultimately overcomes—her own racism.


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