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The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. What is the rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43? a. abab abab cdc dcd c. abba cddc efgefg b. abab cdcd efef
gg d. abbaabba cdcdcd
The rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43 is : d. abbaabba cdcdcd .............
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. What is the rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43? a. abab abab cdc dcd c. abba cddc efgefg b. abab cdcd efef gg d. abbaabba cdcdcd

Weegy: The rhyme scheme of Sonnet 43 is : d. abbaabba cdcdcd .............
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," what does Brontë say can happen if a woman loves too much? a. she will go insane c. the man can begin to neglect her b. she will appear to be weak d. none of these

Weegy: c. the man can begin to neglect her
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The love expressed in the poem can best be described as — a. violent and dangerous c. spontaneous and fleeting b. temporary and insignificant d. lasting and profound

Weegy: In the Sonnet 43 the love expressed can best be described as d. lasting and profound
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The love expressed in the poem can best be described as — a. violent and dangerous c. spontaneous and fleeting b. temporary and insignificant d. lasting and profound

Weegy: In the Sonnet 43 the love expressed can best be described as d. lasting and profound
eturker|Points 3037|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. One part of Tennyson’s message in “The Lady of Shalott” is the a. beauty of romantic love. c. danger of romantic love. b. social isolation of artists. d. sinister aspects of art.

Weegy: B. social isolation of artists.
krissie21|Points 185|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. One part of Tennyson’s message in “The Lady of Shalott” is the a. beauty of romantic love. c. danger of romantic love. b. social isolation of artists. d. sinister aspects of art.

Weegy: B. social isolation of artists.
krissie21|Points 185|

User: The question below refers to the selection “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning. Which lines from “My Last Duchess” reveal the speaker’s jealous personality? a. “Oh, sir, she smiled . . . / . . . but who passed without / Much the same smile ”. . . b. “Though his fair daughter’s self, as I avowed / At starting, is my object.” . . . c. “That’s my last Duchess painted on the wall, / Looking as if she were alive . . .” d. “ . . . that pictured countenance, / The depth and passion of its earnest glance . . .”

Weegy: The line from "The Last Duchess" reveals the speaker's jealous personality by saying: That's my Duchess painted on the wall, / Looking as if she were alive
emdjay23|Points 2639|

User: The question below refers to the selection “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning. “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning is considered a dramatic monologue because the speaker a. reveals himself through his own words. b. addresses his remarks to an absent person. c. discusses highly emotional issues. d. acts like a character in a play.

Weegy: my last duchess by robert browning is considered a dramatic monologue because the speaker? The answer is b. addresses his remarks to an absent person.
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User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. In "The Mark of the Beast," which of the following represents the internal conflict of the story? a. British and Asian cultures b. Fleete and the Silver Man c. Fleete’s friends and the Silver Man d. narrator is ashamed of his behavior

Weegy: A. British and Asian cultures.
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User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. In "The Mark of the Beast," which of the following represents the internal conflict of the story? a. British and Asian cultures b. Fleete and the Silver Man c. Fleete’s friends and the Silver Man d. narrator is ashamed of his behavior

Weegy: A. British and Asian cultures.
MrG|Points 4778|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. In "The Mark of the Beast," which of the following represents the internal conflict of the story? a. British and Asian cultures b. Fleete and the Silver Man c. Fleete’s friends and the Silver Man d. narrator is ashamed of his behavior

Weegy: A. British and Asian cultures.
MrG|Points 4778|

User: he question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. What theory does the narrator propose in the first paragraph of the story? a. In Asia, Asian gods rather than the Christian God control most events. b. The British Empire is doomed because it disregards the values and traditions of native peoples. c. Western religion is true, and Eastern religion is false. d. All religions are really saying the same thing despite differences of detail.

Weegy: The theory does the narrator propose in the first paragraph of the story is b. The British Empire is doomed because it disregards the values and traditions of native peoples.
zcapzbaby|Points 280|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 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 c. devote her life to study b. help other people when she is unhappy d. live in society

Weegy: The crisis, or turning point, in the poem The Lady of Shalott is the realization that she no longer wishes to - A. live with shadows
may100|Points 2859|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. After Fleete is marked by the Silver Man, he — a. craves meat, howls, and becomes increasingly animal-like b. turns into a well-behaved but frightening werewolf c. develops the first symptoms of leprosy d. denounces British colonialism and begins to “go native”

Weegy: Silver Man, he ? A) craves meat, howls, and becomes increasingly animal-like
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User: The question below refers to the selection “Sonnet 43” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The speaker claims that she will love her beloved — a. with excessive devotion c. even better after she dies b. steadily and conservatively d. madly and wildly

Weegy: n the Sonnet 43? In the Sonnet 43 The speaker claims that she will love her beloved C. even better after she dies. [ "Smiles, tears, of all my life! and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death." ]
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User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. In "The Mark of the Beast," what rhetorical device does the title contain? a. alliteration b. illusion c. allusion d. irony

Weegy: C. Allusion
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User: The question below refers to the selection “My Last Duchess” by Robert Browning. The speaker in “My Last Duchess” is — a. the Duke of Ferrara c. Robert Browning b. the Duke’s first wife d. the Count

Weegy: The speaker in "My Last Duchess" is a. the Duke of Ferrara
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë suggests that a good marriage involves a. mutual interests. c. tolerance and consideration. b. honesty and openness. d. self-denial and an eagerness to please.

Weegy: b. honesty and openness.
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë suggests that a good marriage involves a. mutual interests. c. tolerance and consideration. b. honesty and openness. d. self-denial and an eagerness to please.

Weegy: b. honesty and openness.
simplekaren89|Points 370|

User: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë's main objection to Mr. Vincent is that he is a. too passionate. c. not direct and forthright. b. insufficiently wealthy. d. overly demanding of Nell.

Weegy: In "A Warning Against Passion," Bront 's main objection to Mr. Vincent is that he is c. not direct and forthright .
jump54|Points 72|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. In form and content, “The Lady of Shalott” recalls a. Christian allegories. c. medieval romances. b. national epics. d. classical drama.

Weegy: In form and content, "The Lady of Shalott" recalls c.medieval romances.
indi|Points 276|

User: In what ways is the Lady in “The Lady of Shalott” like an artist? a. She suffers from a curse. c. She is robed in snowy white. b. She lives on a silent isle. d. She weaves a magic web.

Weegy: d. she weaves a magic web
amber5885|Points 151|

User: In what ways is the Lady in “The Lady of Shalott” like an artist? a. She suffers from a curse. c. She is robed in snowy white. b. She lives on a silent isle. d. She weaves a magic web.

Weegy: d. she weaves a magic web
amber5885|Points 151|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson. In what ways is the Lady in “The Lady of Shalott” like an artist? a. She suffers from a curse. c. She is robed in snowy white. b. She lives on a silent isle. d. She weaves a magic web.

Weegy: d. she weaves a magic web
amber5885|Points 151|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. What occasion brings the English characters together in the first scene? a. An outbreak of disease has scared them into returning to the British station. b. A native uprising has caused them all to gather in the British fort for protection. c. The annual cricket championships are about to take place, and the British consider it more important than their professional duties. d. The characters are attending a New Year’s Eve bash at a colonial station.

Weegy: The characters are attending a New Year s Eve bash at a colonial station -is the occasion that brings the English characters together in the first scene.
emdjay23|Points 2639|

User: The question below refers to the selection “The Mark of the Beast” by Rudyard Kipling. What occasion brings the English characters together in the first scene? a. An outbreak of disease has scared them into returning to the British station. b. A native uprising has caused them all to gather in the British fort for protection. c. The annual cricket championships are about to take place, and the British consider it more important than their professional duties. d. The characters are attending a New Year’s Eve bash at a colonial station.

Weegy: The characters are attending a New Year s Eve bash at a colonial station -is the occasion that brings the English characters together in the first scene.
emdjay23|Points 2639|

User: What occasion brings the English characters together in the first scene? a. An outbreak of disease has scared them into returning to the British station. b. A native uprising has caused them all to gather in the British fort for protection. c. The annual cricket championships are about to take place, and the British consider it more important than their professional duties. d. The characters are attending a New Year’s Eve bash at a colonial station.

User: In "The Lady of Shallot," what sight in the mirror causes the Lady to say that she is "half sick of shadows"? a. two young lovers just married c. a funeral b. Sir Lancelot's arrival in Camelot d. the bright, beautiful day

Weegy: In "The Lady of Shallot," the sight in the mirror that causes the Lady to say that she is "half sick of shadows" is: b. Sir Lancelot's arrival in Camelot.
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