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Q: True or False: Shelley's life was contrary to the ideas he explored in his poetry.
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User: True or False: Shelley's life was contrary to the ideas he explored in his poetry.

Weegy: False
LoveSolo|Points 80|

User: The exciting force of Hamlet is: a. the ghost's first appearance to Hamlet b, Claudius's explanation of his marriage to Gertrude c. the death of Polonius d. Hamlet's passing up the "perfect" opportunity to kill Claudius

Weegy: (A)the ghost's first appearance to Hamlet
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User: The climax of Hamlet is: a. Polonius's death b. the ghost's first appearance to Hamlet c. Hamlet's passing up his best opportunity to kill Claudius d. the fencing between Laertes and Hamlet

Weegy: (A)the ghost's first appearance to Hamlet
jeifunk|Points 7942|

User: In his poetry, Keats attempted to: a. discuss society's ills and advocate reform b. achieve emotional restraint and imaginative discipline c. resolve conflicts between scientific theories and religious beliefs d.introduce cynicism and emphasis on the melancholy mind

Weegy: It's D. introduce cynicism and emphasis on the melancholy mind
YURIYLINNYK|Points 30|

User: The Victorian era's most prevalent contrast was between: a. prosperity and poverty b. industrialization and benefits c. of the past scientific theory and religious beliefs d. revolution and the status quo

Weegy: A.) Prosperity and poverty.
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User: The personal error or character weakness that causes the hero's downfall in a tragedy is called: a. tragic vision b. the climax c. characterization d. tragic flaw

Weegy: The personal error or character weakness that causes the hero's downfall in a tragedy is called (D) tragic flaw.
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User: The first serious work of the Romantic movement was a collection of poems called: a. Pilgrimage by Samuel Purcha b. Biographia Literaria by Coleridge and Wordsworth c. "Tintern Abbey" by Wordsworth d. he Lyric Balladsby Wordsworth and Coleridge

Weegy: The answer is B.
borninboston777|Points 80|

User: John Milton's Paradise Lost: a. was written before he became blind b. explores the mysteries of heaven and hell c. is autobiographical d. shows how Christ left Mary's side to turn water into wine

Weegy: John Milton's Paradise Lost: B.explores the mysteries of heaven and hell.
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