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In "The Wind Began to Rock the Grass," why does Emily wingspaninson compare the lightning to the "livid Claw" of a bird? A. This poem focuses on the natural world, so Dickinson makes comparisons that call to mind the natural world. B. Lightning grabs tree branches in the poem just as a bird claw can grab a tree branch in real life. C. A bird's claw, like a bolt of lightning, is something that people see only when a great storm is in progress. D. Dickinson wants readers to understand that the lightning is not just strong, but also beautiful and kind.
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anonymous
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@adajiamcneal
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@DJBreezy
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@__yasmeen__
anonymous
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@Yolo4mecuite
anonymous
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plzz help!!
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
I would say A but i'm not sure...
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay anyone else have an idea??
anonymous
  • anonymous
well the author want the reader to see how he felt during this action so I would go with A because hes expressing the way the lightning did whatever it did to the tree
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay can you guys help me with more??
DJBreezy
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i can try..
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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In "A Poison Tree," what is one way that the speaker helps readers imagine how his anger grew? A. He describes how he "veil'd" his anger to protect it. B. He describes how he "stole" into his foe's garden because he was angry. C. He describes how he "water'd" his anger with fears and tears. D. He describes how he "told" his anger to all who would listen.
anonymous
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i think b but not sure
anonymous
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my guess is c
anonymous
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okay @DJBreezy what do you think
DJBreezy
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I dk for sure....i would say b but A also makes since
anonymous
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okay i have more
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words help to convey the positive, cheerful mood of Sara Teasdale's "Barter"? A. "rain," "one," "cost" B. "breath," "strife," "lost" C. "loveliness," "wonder," "delight" D. "sell," "things," "faces"
anonymous
  • anonymous
c??
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
I Agree i think its C...
anonymous
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In "All the World's a Stage," to what does Shakespeare compare all men and women? A. angels B. actors C. flowers D. children
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think d
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
D seems to make the most since......wait brb
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
B: Actors. I think the direct quote is, "All the world's a stage, and one man in his time plays many parts."
anonymous
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In "All the World's a Stage," why does Shakespeare describe old age at the end of the poem? A. Old age is the least interesting part of a human life. B. Old age is the funniest stage of a human life. C. Old age is the final stage of a human life. D. Old age is the most important stage of a human life.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no c?
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
The answeer is A because they talk about how life is amaizing
anonymous
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In Shakespeare's "All the World's a Stage," which two ages of life share the most similar characteristics? A. infancy and old age B. those of soldiers and judges C. young love and retirement D. those of students and soldiers
anonymous
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a?
DJBreezy
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1 sec
anonymous
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okay
DJBreezy
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its between A C AND B
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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Which poem, like Sara Teasdale's "Barter," focuses on recognizing the loveliness that can be found in the natural world? A. "All the World's a Stage" B. "Beauty" C. "A Poison Tree" D. "The Wind Began to Rock the Grass"
anonymous
  • anonymous
c?
anonymous
  • anonymous
c or b? is what i think
DJBreezy
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I'd say C because the poem beauty talks about how pretty nature is.
anonymous
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Which best describes the effect of structure and punctuation in Emily wingspaninson's poetry? A. Both are used in ways that are meant to confuse readers. B. Both help readers know how to read her poems. C. Both are methods she uses to inject humor into her work. D. Both are very ordinary and make her work similar to that of other poets.
anonymous
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d?
DJBreezy
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could u do me a favor and hit best responce nxt to my name??
anonymous
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yeah sure but after all the questions are answered is that okay??
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
suree......i think C.?
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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hold on
anonymous
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What important idea does Emily wingspaninson want readers to understand after reading "There Is No Frigate Like a Book"? A. Reading is good for the soul because it can expand our minds and broaden our horizons. B. Only the poor can truly appreciate the ways in which reading can take us to places we've never been before. C. Only authors and poets can truly appreciate the wondrous powers of the written word. D. Real experience teaches us things that cannot be learned from books or poetry.
anonymous
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a?
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
B is the correct answer...
anonymous
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How does the final line of "Harlem [2]" change the mood of the poem? A. It suggests something happier and more hopeful. B. It suggests something more foolish and comical. C. It suggests something violent and more dangerous. D. It suggests something sadder and drearier.
anonymous
  • anonymous
c?
DJBreezy
  • DJBreezy
The answer is B...
anonymous
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Which statement would the speakers in "Harlem [2]" and "Hold Fast Your Dreams" most likely agree with? A. It is best to quickly forget unfulfilled dreams. B. Neglected dreams have the potential to be dangerous. C. Dreams are precious and powerful things. D. Dreams that are kept secret can grow and thrive.
DJBreezy
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C..
anonymous
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Which best summarizes the first stanza of James Russell Lowell's "Life"? A. In life, we all have the same impact before we die. B. Our chance to leave a legacy is quite brief. C. It is our ability to communicate that gives life meaning. D. The love of others is the only thing that matters in life.
anonymous
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b??
DJBreezy
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idk..
anonymous
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What is the effect of James Russell Lowell's inclusion of the word thou, which means "you," in the second stanza of "Life"? A. It keeps the poem in the second-person point of view, which creates a close bond between the reader and the speaker. B. It keeps the poem in the third-person point of view, which makes the speaker seem more objective. C. It shifts the poem to the omniscient point of view, which makes the reader see the speaker as more intelligent. D. It shifts the poem to the first-person point of view, which makes the piece seem more honest.
anonymous
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a?
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@welshfella
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@DJBreezy
DJBreezy
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I'm not sure about this particular question, but usually "You" comes as a second person form and hence I think the answer can be D.
anonymous
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okay
anonymous
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Which best summarizes the meaning of the last line of James Russell Lowell's "Life"? A. Failing to be great is acceptable, but failing to strive for greatness is not. B. In life, failure of any kind is unacceptable. C. Since life is so short, not trying to be great is a reasonable strategy. D. Life is too short for any one person to make a difference.
anonymous
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a?
DJBreezy
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the last one was actually A
anonymous
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okay and what bout this one ^^^
DJBreezy
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i agree with u it actually is A...
anonymous
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thx and ill tell you my score when it comes up
anonymous
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i got 81% thx sooo much
DJBreezy
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Yw..

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