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PLs halp me ;-; How do the repeated images of and references to fallen leaves in Hopkins's "Spring and Fall: To a Young Child" function in the poem? A. as an example that helps young readers understand the seasons B. as a simile that prompts readers to appreciate the good things in life C. as a theme that helps readers understand human experience D. as a motif that helps readers grasp the poem's theme

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  2. shadow13
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    i believe it is c

  3. AQ99
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    I'll check with other too, I have lots more ;-;

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    ok

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