James Cross Giblin gets across his viewpoint in The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone when He shares opinions on real people, places, and events.
The Riddle of the Rosetta Stone is the true story of how ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics were decoded, it is a non-fiction book which makes all the information in it real, this book shows the process where scholars by the decoding of Rosetta Stone understood and translate many other Egyptian scripts.
the answer is c
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taking into account that a theme is the central topic a text treats and can be developed through a story, play, poem etc. the following are themes that can be further developed:
my best friend jeffrey has many unusual interests. (the story could be about each of the unususal interests)
once a man gives his soul over to evil, he can never go back. (this could be a saying or a proverb)
the three sheepdogs lay around the yard all day. (it could be developed detailing how each of these sheepdogs lay around)
a priest's collar has an unusual effect upon people. (it could be developed detailing the different effect upon people)
innocence is a powerful force in a world full of corruption. (it could be developed detailing how is a world full of corruption)
king lear is a play shakespeare wrote later. (it is just a sentence and doesnt give any idea or topic to be discussed in details.
evil often wears the disguise of innocence. (this could be a saying or a proverb)
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