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1. "The Darkling Thrush" by Thomas Hardy What word best describes the mood of this poem? (1 point) gloomy • humorous • joyful • regretful 2. The speaker of "Sonnet 43" is telling about __________ (1 point) • her anxiety about having love returned. • the intensity of her love for another. • her deep faith and love fod God. • how love is like sadness. 3. Read this excerpt from "The Lady of Shallot" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. four gray walls, and four gray towers What mood is conveyed by the repeated word choice of "gray" in this line? (1 point) • discomfort • loneliness • resoluteness • acceptance 4. "Dover Beach" by Matthew Arnold What word best describes the poet's attitude toward life in this poem? (1 point) • frustrated • lamenting • optimistic • contented 5. "Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave" by Thomas Hardy How might the woman feel about her dog's response to her? (1 point) • indifferent • disappointed • grateful • vengeful 6. Read the following lines from "The Darkling Thrush" by Thomas Hardy. At once a voice arose among The bleak twigs overhead In a full-hearted evensong Of joy illimited The imagery in this line appeals primarily to the reader's sense of (1 point) • sound • sight • taste • smell 7. "Spring and Fall: To a Young Child" by Gerard Manley Hopkins The poet says that as a person grows older, he or she will (1 point) • mourn for his or her own life. • appreciate nature. • leave the woods. • see ghosts. 8. Both "Pied Beauty" and "Spring and Fall: To a Young Child" by Gerard Manley Hopkins suggest a sense of (1 point) • nature's beauty. • disappointment. • joyfulness. • frustration. 9. Read this line from "My Last Duchess" by Robert Browning. The Count your master’s known munificence The word munificence means (1 point) • excessive pride. • great generosity. • enormous fortune. • abundant courage. 10. Read this line from "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred Lord Tennyson. On burnished hooves his war horse trode The word burnished means _________ (1 point) • polished. • golden. • wounded. • broken. 11. Read this line from “Pied Beauty” by Gerard Manley Hopkins. Glory be to God for dappled things What does the word dappled mean? (1 point) • spotted • small • quick • childlike
I have the answers to 2, 3 and 5 right now
I have 7 and 8 now too
Did you get the answers
@kittykat96 did you get this done??
yeah I got it done thanks for the help @nicc96
@kittykat96 Hey could you help me with the unit 4 quiz?
@kittykat96 did you get the T.S. Elliot quiz done??
@amber96 i will help you once the teacher grades it and i can access it again and @Swerveeee_xo no i didn't get that far yet
@kittykat96 can you help when you do
@Swerveeee_xo I can help you with the TS Elliot quiz, I just need help with the Victorian Age Test.
ok I have the answers for both of those quizzes now @amber96 and @Swerveeee_xo
just message me
@kittykat96 message me it please (:
I don't think shes on now lol
Please help me!!
lemme get these answers please
Anyone get them yet?
Pleaseee Help :( I am so lost!
@kittykat96 Help me please! I will love you forever XD
is that the correct answers
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