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I need some help with English please. Interpret the symbology used in the poem “Your World.” (1 point) The symbol of a nest signifies the warmth and saftey of home. The symbol of a bird signifies the frailty of humanity. The symbol of a bird flying signifies the potential of a person. The symbol of the globe stands for the diversity of humanity. Here's the poem: your wold is as big as you make it. i know, for i used to abide in the narrowest nest in a corner, my wings pressing close to my side. but i sighted the distant horizon where the skyline encircles the sea and i throbbed with a burning desire to travel this immensity. i battered the cordons around me and cradles my wings on the breeze then soared to the uttermost reaches with rapture, with power, with ease! I also need help with this one, but I don't know who's read the story. Evaluate McBride's purpose for writing "Hip-Hop Planet." (1 point) He wrote it to persuade people to appreciate the genre of hip-hop music. He wrote it to offer his opinion on hip-hop music. He wrote it entertain the reader with the story of the evolution of hip-hop music. He wrote it to explain the origins of hip-hop music.

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