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i need help on my homework.fan and medal to anyone that helps i have ten questions out of 50 i dont understand 0_0

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  1. anonymous
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    i can try

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    The theme of "Ozymandias" is that (Points : 3) human achievements do not endure. eternity is a long time. the desert is a hostile environment. fame is worth every effort. . wingspaninson supports her opinion that poetry is more expansive than prose by (Points : 3) getting evidence from people whose intelligence she respects. using the metaphor of a open house to represent poetry. stating ironically that prose often fails to convey ideas. creating imagery of wonderful natural sights. . "The Charge of the Light Brigade" and "The Battle of Blenheim" are alike in that (Points : 3) both deal with a day of battle. both avoid regular meter and rhyme. both were written by Romantic poets. both treat the horrors of war ironically. . In "The Battle of Blenheim," why are Wilhelmine's words "twas a very wicked thing" ironic? (Points : 3) She does not understand what "wicked" means. She is telling the truth, but her grandfather says she is wrong. She is afraid to learn any more about the battle. She will never understand issues of war and death. How do the skulls symbolize the theme in "The Battle of Blenheim"? (Points : 3) The skulls show how serious the loss of life was. They are treated without respect, just as the reasons for the war are no longer remembered. They represent the grandfather's commitment to the cause of freedom. They reveal that the children are wicked at heart. Which word best describes the mood of "The Charge of the Light Brigade"? (Points : 3) remorseful nostalgic astounded defeated . The perspectives represented in "Ozymandias" include all of the following except (Points : 3) the sculptor. the archaeologist. the traveler. Ozymandias. The poet uses imagery in "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night" to (Points : 3) convey the vastness of the sands in the desert. personify death. contrast the forces of light and darkness. create a sense of the joyousness of life. The speakers in "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night" and "Will there really be a Morning?" both (Points : 3) grapple with a loss of innocence. fear the end of life. affirm that life is good. are overcome by remors Ozymandias, the "King of Kings," might best be described as (Points : 3) bitter. proud. compassionate. confused.

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    Umm I have no idea what any of that is, sorry I couldn't help

  4. anonymous
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    @abb0t

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