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How are the poems "The Black Snake" and "Vern" alike? A. The rhythm in both poems is slow. B. They both have speakers who are enthusiastic and positive about the animal in their poem. C. The tone in both poems is sad. D. They both have speakers who want nothing more than to set an animal they love free.
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B. They both have speakers who are enthusiastic and positive about the animal in their poem.
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A. "Vern" and "Zlateh the Goat"
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Which is one way that Emily wingspaninson's "A Narrow Fellow in the Grass" is different from Patricia Hubbell's "The Black Snake"? A. Dickinson's poem never uses the word "snake." B. Dickinson's poem contains no punctuation. C. Hubbell's poem does not rhyme. D. Hubbell's poem does not contain any figurative language.
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