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Read the excerpt from "Thoughts on the Works of Providence" by Phillis Wheatley and complete the sentence that follows. Arise, my soul, on wings enraptur’d, rise To praise the monarch of the earth and skies, Whose goodness and beneficence appear As round its centre moves the rolling year, Or when the morning glows with rosy charms, Or the sun slumbers in the ocean’s arms: Of light divine be a rich portion lent To guide my soul, and favour my intent.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The excerpt has the characteristics of a __________ poem, including its usage of _________ and its __________ style of language. first blank answer: Neoclassical Medieval Modernist Elizabethan second blank answer: Rhyme scheme Heroic couplet Trochaic Meter Ballad Form Third blank answer: Understated Elevated Slang Imformal

  2. anonymous
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    @Shyanne_x35 @mr_basketball27 @theman78 @Poppies

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    @Preetha

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    I honestly dont know sorry

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    Wait maybe I can

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    okay

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    sorry medieval, heroic, elevated...my cmpu froze

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    thanks

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