I felt like a character in an old Jimmy Stewart movie.
The reference to "Jimmy Stewart" in this line is most likely intended as a/an __________ allusion.
I think it's literary but i'm not quite sure
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Literary is correct. Also this belongs in the literature section :)
Thank you @midnighti c:
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it's another english question
Read the following lines from the poem "Africa"
Impetuous son that tree young and strong
That tree there
In splendid loveliness amidst white and faded flowers
That is Africa your Africa
That grows again patiently obstinately
And its fruit gradually acquires
The bitter taste of liberty
Which word best describes the tone created by these lines? (1 point)
i think it's either firm or resentful
Firm I believe
Aright thank you so much @midnighti c:
Wait no I think it's consoling xD and yw
Consoling makes more sense xD
Could you explain what if means? i don't think i have the right definition cx