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Read these lines from "The Song of Wandering Aengus": "And when white moths were on the wing, / And moth-like stars were flickering out . . . ." How do these lines create a memorable sensory idea in readers' minds? A. They suggest the sounds of bugs in the forest. B. They suggest how the moths fluttering around the speaker resembles stars twinkling in the sky. C. They suggest what the speaker sees as he fishes for shiny trout. D. They suggest the woodsy scents of the setting.

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  1. lordhelix8th
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    its b

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