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Paula studied a poem at school and made the following observations: The end of every other line rhymes. Each line in the poem alternates between having nine and six syllables. The poet seems to value natural things that are wild or untamed. The poet seems to explore opposites like toys versus work tools, and wildflowers versus carefully trimmed fruit trees. These observations suggest that the poet shares values characteristic of which literary movement? @reneesweet17

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  1. anonymous
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    yes there u go

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    what is the question

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    Paula studied a poem at school and made the following observations: The end of every other line rhymes. Each line in the poem alternates between having nine and six syllables. The poet seems to value natural things that are wild or untamed. The poet seems to explore opposites like toys versus work tools, and wildflowers versus carefully trimmed fruit trees. These observations suggest that the poet shares values characteristic of which literary movement?

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    1. Paula studied a poem at school and made the following observations: The end of every other line rhymes. Each line in the poem alternates between having nine and six syllables. The poet seems to value natural things that are wild or untamed. The poet seems to explore opposites like toys versus work tools, and wildflowers versus carefully trimmed fruit trees. These observations suggest that the poet shares values characteristic of which literary movement? A. Postmodernism B. Realism C. Romanticism D. Classicism

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    @reneesweet17

  6. anonymous
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    B

  7. anonymous
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    wrong :/

  8. anonymous
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    how do u know its wrong

  9. anonymous
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    o its A

  10. anonymous
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    god dammit @reneesweet17

  11. anonymous
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    what

  12. anonymous
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    im trying to help three ppl ill be back ok

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