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Sara is trying to decide whether she should forgive her friend for lying or just stop speaking to Nancy forever; she struggles with her choices for days before she makes a decision. Which term applies to the above description? (5 points) foreshadowing conflict theme mood

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9. How is a Spenserian sonnet different from a Petrarchan sonnet? (1 point) A Spenserian sonnet is always written as part of a sequence. A Spenserian sonnet deals with love and the natural world. A Spenserian sonnet has a different rhyme scheme. A Spenserian sonnet has a different number of lines. 10. What does the speaker mean in this line from Raleigh’s “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”? But could youth last and love still breed… (1 point) As people get older, love fades. Young people do not know the meaning of love. Love will outlast time. Only young people are able to love completely. 11. What is the theme of Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 29”? (1 point) The speaker must learn to live with his disappointments. The memory of the speaker’s beloved makes up for all of life’s troubles. Life's greatest disappointment is to live alone. Even a hopeless love is better than any other experience.

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