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2. Corey read a poem about inequality between the rich and the poor. The poem included a description of a child, dressed in rags, who sleeps on the street and goes to sleep hungry each night. The poem also describes an overweight dog that wears a wool sweater on cold mornings. The child sees the dog each morning when servants walk it to the market to buy fresh bread and vegetables for their employer’s household. When the child begs food from the dog’s owners, she is merely ignored. Corey notices that the poet does not judge the unequal treatment of the dog and the child. This poem’s objectivity, or lack of critical judgment, represents a value specific to which literary movement? A. Classicism B. Modernism C. Naturalism D. Romanticism

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