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Question about this very short poem (I have included). Please help! The Armenian language is the home and haven where the wanderer can own roof and wall and nourishment. He can enter to find love and pride, locking the hyena and the storm outside. For centuries its architects have toiled to give its ceilings height. How many peasants working day and night have kept its cupboards full, lamps lit, ovens hot. Always rejuvenated, always old, it lasts century to century on the path where every Armenian can find it when he’s lost in the wilderness of his future, or his past.

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    “The Armenian Language is the Home of the Armenian” seeks to (1 point) inform. criticize. persuade. satirize.

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    I believe its A) inform

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  3. kirk.freedman
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    Yes, it is, I got it right.

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