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23. What is the narrator of “A Modest Proposal” mostly satirizing when, at the end of the essay, he rejects possible alternatives that are perfectly reasonable and humane? (1 point) the disorganization of the Irish ruling class the stubborn refusal to enact any just policy for the Irish poor the ineffectiveness of economic measures taken by the English rulers the corruption dominating the world of charities and religious organizations 24. In his Epitaph, Gray makes it seem that he (1 point) wanted to be treated the way the wealthy are. lived a ve

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    23. What is the narrator of “A Modest Proposal” mostly satirizing when, at the end of the essay, he rejects possible alternatives that are perfectly reasonable and humane? (1 point) the disorganization of the Irish ruling class the stubborn refusal to enact any just policy for the Irish poor the ineffectiveness of economic measures taken by the English rulers the corruption dominating the world of charities and religious organizations 24. In his Epitaph, Gray makes it seem that he (1 point) wanted to be treated the way the wealthy are. lived a very sad and lonely life. expected to be buried in the churchyard in his poem. was not a religious man. 25. What is the meaning of l. 55 of “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard,” “Full many a flow’r is born to blush unseen”? (1 point) Many people die when they are very young. Many talents are left undiscovered. Happiness resides in the small things. Nature’s beauty is the best form of art.

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