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Daffodils by William Wordsworth (excerpt) Know then, that after Lucifer from Heav'n (So call him, brighter once amidst the Host Of Angels, then that Starr the Starrs among) Fell with his flaming Legions through the Deep Into his place, and the great Son returnd Victorious with his Saints, th' Omnipotent Eternal Father from his Throne beheld Thir multitude, and to his Son thus spake. Which feature of an epic poem does this passage exhibit? A.use of strong figurative language B.reference to heaven and hell C.conflict involving divine beings D.presence of heroic figures

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  1. anonymous
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    b

  2. anonymous
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    im not shure

  3. anonymous
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    but i think its b

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    Thanks

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