anonymous
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There are many time references in "Rhapsody on a Windy Night," such as Twelve o'clock. Half-past one, Half-past three, The lamp said, "Four o'clock, What is the most likely explanation for these repeated references? A. The narrator can’t sleep and checks his watch often. B. The narrator is taking a long, late-night walk. C. The narrator is in the midst of a dream. D. The narrator wants time to move more quickly.
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chestercat
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ahvei
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I think its A
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