• anonymous
n the passage the poet describes London using personification. In what light does the city appear? as an opponent as a master as a creditor as a helper
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  • anonymous
Will and Testament by Isabella Whitney (excerpt) And now hath time me put in mind, of thy great cruelnes: That never once a help wold finde, to ease me in distres. Thou never yet woldst credit geve to boord me for a yeare: Nor with Apparell me releve except thou payed weare.

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