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In this stanza (Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXV), what does the speaker claim about his spirit and imagination? a. Although in his twenties, he still feels like a teenager. b. Although middle-aged, he still feels like a young man. c. He feels that his powers are greater than ever. d. He feels that his powers are feebler than before.
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In Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXV, the speaker feels that his powers are feebler than before.

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The questions below refer to the selection “She Walks in Beauty.” The poem’s rhyme scheme is — a. ababab ababab ababab c. ababab cdcdcd efefef b. abbabb cddcdd abbcdd d. abcd efgh abcgh
Weegy: The rhyme scheme of the poem “She Walks in Beauty” is: ababab cdcdcd efefef. (More)
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Hunter-gatherer societies traditionally occupied the same territories year-round in order to care for their livestock.
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Hunter-gatherer societies traditionally occupied the same territories year-round in order to care for their livestock. FALSE.

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Words that imitate sounds is the definition of which type of literary device? A. alliteration B. assonance C. consonance D. onomatopoeia
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Words that imitate sounds is the definition of onomatopoeia.
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