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All of the following suggest that the passage above is fiction except __________. the inclusion of characters the use of both long and short sentences the perceived conflict between Lancelot and the king the setting of the “dark chamber”
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schrodinger
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anonymous
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@aaldia678
anonymous
  • anonymous
Read the selection below from the poem “The King Sends Three Cats to Guinevere” by Marjorie Allen Seiffert and answer the question that follows. I send you three grey cats with gifts— (For uniformity of metaphor, Since Bacchus, Satan, and the Hangman Are not contemporaneous in my mythology) I send you three grey cats with gifts, Queen Guinevere, To warn you, sleekly, silently To pay the forfeit. Source: Seiffert, Marjorie Allen. “The King Sends Three Cats to Guinevere.” BlackCatPoems.com. Black Cat Poems, n.d. Web. 7 July 2011. Which poetic device does the speaker use in the line, “Since Bacchus, Satan, and the Hangman”? allusion hyperbole simile metonymy
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait which should I answer?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which passage above?
anonymous
  • anonymous
both if u want
anonymous
  • anonymous
metonymy
anonymous
  • anonymous
how about the second one
anonymous
  • anonymous
thta is the second one the first one is a \
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you answer another?
Thats_Kyy
  • Thats_Kyy
I Will Be Able To Hold On Kay Sweet Cakes:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
And Lancelot knelt down and took the king’s beloved hand in both of his and kissed it. “Good night, my liege lord, my liege friend,” he said, and then stumbled blindly from the room and felt his way down the curving stone steps past the arrow slits. As he came to the level of the next landing, Guinevere issued silently from a darkened entrance. He could see her in the thin light from the arrow slit. She took his arm and led him to her dark chamber and closed the oaken door. “A strange thing happened,” she said softly. Source: Steinbeck, John. The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights. New York: Penguin, 2009. Google Books. Web. 7 July 2011. Which idea is addressed in the passage above? family and seasons betrayal and hatred confusion and anger friendship and love
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Thats_Kyy
  • Thats_Kyy
FriendShip And Love. But Quick Question Is Their Another Part I Need To Know about?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no
Thats_Kyy
  • Thats_Kyy
Okay Then It's Frendship And Love

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