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The crisis,or turning point, in the poem is the Lady of Shalott's realization that she no longer wishes to- a. live with shadows b. help other people when she is unhappy c. devote her life to study
d. live in society
The crisis, or turning point, in the poem is the Lady of Shalott?s realization that she no longer wishes to live with shadows.
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User: The crisis,or turning point, in the poem is the Lady of Shalott's realization that she no longer wishes to- a. live with shadows b. help other people when she is unhappy c. devote her life to study d. live in society

Weegy: The crisis, or turning point, in the poem is the Lady of Shalott?s realization that she no longer wishes to live with shadows.
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: The Lady of Shalott's "snowy white clothing" and "dead-pale" demeanor are in opposition to- a. the ghostly figures she sees in her mirror b. the storm that occurs as she sets off for Camelot c. Lancelot's brilliant appearance as he travels to Camelot d. the shepherd traveling to Camelot

Weegy: The Lady's "snowy white" clothing and "Dead-pale" demeanor are in opposition to C Lancelot's brilliant appearance and happy song
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: The love expressed in the poem "Sonnet 43" can best be described as- a. violent and dangerous b. temporary and insignificant c. spontaneous and fleeting d. lasting and profound

Weegy: In the Sonnet 43 the love expressed can best be described as d. lasting and profound
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: As the poem "Sonnet 43" progresses, both its sentiment and its expressions become more- a. serious b. casual c. contemptuous d. ironic

Weegy: As the poem "Sonnet 43" progresses, both its sentiment and its expressions become more- a. serious
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: What is the rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43? a. abab abab cdc dcd b. abab cdcd efef gg c. abba cddc efgefg d. abbaabba cdcdcd

Weegy: The rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43 is : d. abbaabba cdcdcd .............[ ]
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: Which line from the poem "Sonnet 43" is not in strict iambic pentameter? a. "How do I love thee? Let me count the ways." b. For the ends of Being and ideal Grace." c. "With my lost saints-I love thee with the breath . . . " d. "I sahll but love thee better after death."

Weegy: Which line from the poem "Sonnet 43" is not in strict iambic pentameter? c. ?With my lost saints?I love thee with the breath . . .?
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise.

Weegy: that i love thee ... please do remind ... I love thee purely, as they turn from praise. [ I love thee with a passion put to use In my old griefs, and with my childhood ... ]
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

User: I love thee purely, as they turn from Praise. I love thee with the passion put to use Which sound device is not used in lines 8-9? a. Onomatopoeia b. Alliteration c. Repetition d. Meter

Weegy: Which sound device is not used in lines 8?9? b. Alliteration
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," what does Bronte say can happen if a woman loves too much? a. she will go insane b. she will sppear to be weak c. the man can begin to neglect her d. none of these

Weegy: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë say the man can begin to neglect her if a woman loves too much.
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," when should a young woman allow herself to fall in love? a. after six months of marriage b. never c. before marriage d. after 2 years of marriage

Weegy: b. never - Brontë believes that her friend will only be hurt if she allows herself to fall in love and points out that she needs to accept her destiny as a simple wife, not to hope for love.
Expert answered|Tachek|Points 120|

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