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In the Sonnet 43 As the poem progresses, both its sentiments and its expressions become more... Choose one answer. a. humorous b. ironic c. serious d. emotional
In the Sonnet 43, As the poem progresses, both its sentiments and its expressions becomes more D.emotional.
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