anonymous
  • anonymous
The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on. What is the main difference between Sandburg’s “Fog” and Frost’s "Mending Wall"? A. “Fog” uses metaphor, while “Mending Wall” does not. B. “Fog” uses everyday language, while “Mending Wall” does not. C.“Mending Wall” is in free verse, while “Fog” is not. D. “Mending Wall” is in a modern format, while “Fog” is not.
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A, I do believe
anonymous
  • anonymous
well okay thanks
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
@Cagedbehindwalls yes A is correct, because B is wrong in the sense it says it uses everyday language and C is incorrect because it is not a free verse, plus D speaks for itself.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
wow that helps me a lot better, thanks
Olyalhic
  • Olyalhic
your welcome, I'm not sure if this helps,but theres this little flashcards thing on quizlet that might help. https://quizlet.com/35506647/exam-1-english-3-flash-cards/
anonymous
  • anonymous
okay, thanks for the help

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