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Q: A central theme of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage is the ocean’s ____. a. malice c. rhythm b. permanence d. generosity
A: A central theme of Childe Harold s Pilgrimage is the ocean s a. malice
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User: A central theme of Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage is the ocean’s ____. a. malice c. rhythm b. permanence d. generosity

Weegy: A central theme of Childe Harold s Pilgrimage is the ocean s a. malice
Score 1|shainah29|Points 355|

User: Byron seems to comment directly on his own work in the lines — a. “From these our interviews, in which I steal / From all I may be, or have been before . . .” b. “Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain . . .” c. “Without a grave, unknelled, uncoffined, and unknown.” d. “ —and what is writ, is writ; / Would it were worthier!”

Weegy: Byron seems to comment directly on his own work in the lines d. and what is writ, is writ; / Would it were worthier!
Score 1|rugmaker|Points 3396|

User: In “Ode to the West Wind,” which statement best summarizes Shelley’s depiction of the West Wind? a. The West Wind represents the goodness of nature. b. The West Wind represents the destructive power of nature. c. The West Wind’s destructiveness makes new life possible. d. The West Wind brings the spring.

Weegy: b. The West Wind represents the destructive power of nature.
Score .6|marionsal|Points 20|

User: One of the most important ideas of “Ozymandias” is the a. permanence of sculpted monuments. c. meaninglessness of earthly power. b. insignificance of physical death. d. poetry of glorious inscriptions.

Weegy: One of the most important ideas of Ozymandias (a.) permanence of sculpted monuments.
Score 1|evelilly|Points 110|

User: What do you think is the political message of “Ozymandias”? a. No dictator can ever truly rule absolutely. b. It is better to live without any kind of government. c. People should rule their country democratically. d. Those who rule should do so with kindness and compassion.

Weegy: a. No dictator can ever truly rule absolutely.
Score 1|Ryan James|Points 80|

User: In the first two lines of the poem, what kinds of images does Keats use as metaphors for the urn? a. Metaphors of war c. Metaphors of music and art b. Metaphors of marriage and family d. Metaphors of travel and pleasure

Weegy: Which literature work are you speaking of? We have to know which one in order to give you a good answer!
Score 1|jeifunk|Points 12038|

User: In the first two lines of “Ode to a Grecian Urn.” the poem, what kinds of images does Keats use as metaphors for the urn? a. Metaphors of war c. Metaphors of music and art b. Metaphors of marriage and family d. Metaphors of travel and pleasure

Weegy: Keats uses - - b. Metaphors of marriage and family - - as metaphors for the urn.
Score 1|yumdrea|Points 3445|

User: Each section of Shelley’s “Ode to the West Wind” contains twelve lines in terza rima; in other words, — a. a twelve-line stanza of blank verse b. three quatrains of rhymed verse c. three-line stanzas with interlocking rhyme d. conversational free verse

Weegy: Each section of Shelley's "de to the West Wind" contains twelve lines in terza rima; in other words, c. three-line stanzas with interlocking rhyme.
Score 1|yeswey|Points 3409|

User: “Thou,” used throughout the poem, refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival

Weegy: Please specify what poem are you referring to.
Score .972|paral|Points 5398|

User: “Thou,” used throughout the poem “Thou,” used throughout the poem, refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival , refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival

Weegy: Please specify what poem are you referring to.
Score 1|paral|Points 5398|

User: in Ode to the West Wind” “Thou,” used throughout the poem, refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival

Weegy: In Ode to the West Wind” “Thou,” used throughout the poem, refers to c. the wind
Expert answered|Ihatemel|Points 50|

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