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Hannah4616

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Can someone please help me with this Question? In the Poem “Sympathy” by Paul Laurence Dunbar, which does Dunbar NOT use? a. Imagery b. Repetition c. Alliteration d. Rhyme scheme

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  1. Hannah4616
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    Can you also help me with a couple more questions? Thank you! 6. IN Langston Hughes’s poem “Dream Variations”, what do day and night symbolize? a. Race b. Moods c. Freedom and slavery d. None of the above I think this one is A., am I right?

  2. anonymous
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    i think the first one is c cause he doesnt seem to use alliteration in that poem very much

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