anonymous
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In Robert Southey's "The Battle of Blenheim," what do the skulls that turn up in the fields and by the river represent? A. the terrible loss of life during the battle B. the abiding memories people have of the battle C. the fame of the generals who led the battle D. the children's inability to understand the battle
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so is it d?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry b?
anonymous
  • anonymous
sorry you are correct B I think but I got to go Bye
anonymous
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bye thanks
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