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In “There Is No Word for Goodbye,” whom does the speaker address? A. Her mother B. Her Aunt C. Her Daughter D. The Reader

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Well, I'm no expert in literature but I do recall the raven being a story...a narrative story.
For the first one, it's going to be Sokoya as noted in the first part of the poem...which is her mom's sister (aunt).
but it is not (B) i got that one wrong
In “Dream Deferred,” the lines “Or crust and sugar over— / like a syrupy sweet?” are an example of which kind of figurative language? simile metaphor personification paradox A. simile B. metaphor C. personification D. paradox it is not (c)
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