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Q: Because "My Last Duchess" is a dramatic monologue, the reader ___ Choose one answer. a. can read the speaker's unvoiced thoughts b. can read the poet's comments about the speaker
c. must infer all meanings from what the speaker says d. can "overhear" the conversation between the speaker and the listener
A: Because "My Last Duchess" is a dramatic monologue, the reader must infer all meanings from what the speaker says. The answer is C!
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User: Because "My Last Duchess" is a dramatic monologue, the reader ___ Choose one answer. a. can read the speaker's unvoiced thoughts b. can read the poet's comments about the speaker c. must infer all meanings from what the speaker says d. can "overhear" the conversation between the speaker and the listener

Weegy: Because "My Last Duchess" is a dramatic monologue, the reader must infer all meanings from what the speaker says. The answer is C!
Expert answered|kristjo|Points 20|

User: "My Last Duchess" shows what formal occasion? Choose one answer. a. A nobleman's employee is making dowry arrangements with a widower. b. A relative has called to express regret at the Duchess's death. c. An elderly duke is negotiating the marriage of his only daughter. d. An art connoisseur is inspecting the art collection of a rich man.

Weegy: "My Last Duchess" shows a nobleman's employee is making dowry arrangements with a widower.
Expert answered|kristjo|Points 20|



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