Read the following excerpt from "Woman Who Helped Hide Anne Frank Dies at 100" by Teri Schultz. TERI SCHULTZ: Miep Gies said she
did not like being called a hero. Yet, she risked her life many times over to help the Frank family during the two years they hid from the Nazis in a secret annex built into the Trading Company office in Amsterdam where she'd worked for Otto Frank almost a decade. Providing refuge to Jews, she noted later, carried a punishment of at least six months in a concentration camp. Still, the Austrian-born Dutch woman, knighted by the governments of Germany and the Netherlands, recipient of a medal from Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, always insisted she had done nothing extraordinary. Which answer best summarizes the central idea of the excerpt? After the war, Miep Gies received many honors for her attempts to save the Frank family. Miep Gies provided refuge to a Jewish family, even though she could have been punished. Although Miep Gies never considered herself a hero; after the war, many other people did. Miep Gies was knighted by two governments and received a medal from Yad Vashem.
The answer that best summarizes the central idea of the excerpt is Although Miep Gies never considered herself a hero; after the war, many other people did.
This excerpt describes some details about how Miep Gies helped Jews to hide from the Nazi movement and how she never saw her action as anything extraordinary which re-enforce the idea that she never considered herself a hero.
We don't have any other elements of information in this excerpt to select the other options as the correct answer.
Political/historical context America during 1920s enjoyed a consummate historical period - so called the 'Economic Boom'. Consequently, more and more people became wealthy. Gatsby's desire for wealth and individualism was certainly boosted by his feelings towards Daisy.
“To be or not to be” those are the words that Hamlet chose
to describe those who want to live or those who do not want to, respectively.
If you choose “To be” then you must be prepared to suffer the pain and sadness
that one ought to get because of humanity, and if not, then you choose to be in
slumber for the rest of your days, reaching the pit of darkness.