• anonymous
"Placed on this istmus of a middle state,/A being darkly wise, and rudely great:/With too much knowledge for the skeptic side,/With too much weakness for the Stoic's pride . . ." These lines from Pope's An Essay on Man represent human beings as ____. fearful befuddled animistic ignorant
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  • anonymous
11)Which of these excerpts from Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock MOST explicitly suggests that it is a parody of epic poetry? "and chiefs contend till all the prize is lost!" "Coffee makes the politician wise." "Fate closed the scissors,cutting the Sylph in half..." "Oh thoughtless mortals! Ever blind to fate .... "

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