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it is first person
I agree .cx
Shakespeare uses many __________, comparisons that do not include words such as like and as, in “All the World’s a Stage.” metaphors symbols similes foreshadowings
i think it is c
It's metaphors.. x3
ok why is that?
a metaphor dosn't use the comparison like or as for ex. he is swifter than a fox
he images in much of Langston Hughes’s poem “Harlem ” bring to mind things that are __________. renewed and hopeful beautiful and graceful rotten and decaying innovative and exciting i think it is B
o got it is C
How does the final line of "Harlem " change the mood of the poem? It suggests something happier and more hopeful. It suggests something sadder and drearier. It suggests something violent and more dangerous. It suggests something foolish and comical. this is one i am having a big problem with i think it is a but c also sounds good for this to
do you have the line
no it doesn't show
alright i found the line online and it suggests something dangerous and violent
so like c mostlikely