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Oscar Wilde makes an unexpected association between poems and flower petals in "To My Wife." True False
Is is True. Here are the lines of the Poem. I can write no stately proem As a prelude to my lay; From a poet to a poem I would dare to say. For if of these fallen petals One to you seem fair,
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User: Oscar Wilde makes an unexpected association between poems and flower petals in "To My Wife." True False

Weegy: Is is True. Here are the lines of the Poem. I can write no stately proem As a prelude to my lay; From a poet to a poem I would dare to say. For if of these fallen petals One to you seem fair,
BDR12|Points 185|

User: Emily Dickinson's "The Snake" uses consonance, repeating the "s" sound throughout the poem to mimic the sound of a snake hissing. True False

Weegy: True.
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: Scansion is used to determine meter and rhyme scheme. True False

Weegy: Scansion is the dividing of verse (lines of poetry) into feet by indicating accents and counting syllables to determine the meter of a poem. So yes, it is used to determine meter and rhyme scheme
ComaWhite|Points 58|

User: A series of repeated initial consonant sounds is _____. assonance consonance alliteration onomatopoeia

Weegy: C. alliteration is the repetition of consonants as in hip and hop. ...........
sujaysen|Points 4052|

User: The rhyme scheme of the Italian sonnet is _____. abba bccb cddc ef abba abcb cdec ee abba abba cdc ece aabb bbcc ccdd ee

Weegy: 2) abba abcb cdec ee
Elle124|Points 298|

User: Imagery _____. appeals to the five senses creates an emotional response plays a key role in Robert Frost's "Birches" all of these

Weegy: The answer is "all of these".
jher000|Points 8041|

User: A trochee is primarily a substitute foot. True False

Weegy: true
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: Connotation is synonymous with definition. True False

Weegy: That is true. (It is very similar in meaning.)
ramkitten|Points 7315|

User: A sonnet contains fourteen lines. True False

User: Poems differ from other works in terms of _____. content only form only content and form none of these

User: The simile is a comparison in which like or as is used. True False

User: Poems typically _____ than prose. pay more attention to sound effects are more emotional and complex make more unexpected associations rely more on irony and ambiguity all of these

Weegy: D)rely more on irony and ambiguity
sipichapie|Points 4830|

User: Emily Dickinson's "The Snake" uses consonance, repeating the "s" sound throughout the poem to mimic the sound of a snake hissing. True False

Weegy: True.
stan_r|Points 1382|

User: Oscar Wilde makes an unexpected association between poems and flower petals in "To My Wife." True False

Weegy: Is is True. Here are the lines of the Poem. I can write no stately proem As a prelude to my lay; From a poet to a poem I would dare to say. For if of these fallen petals One to you seem fair,
BDR12|Points 185|

User: Write a sentence containing a gerund which functions as the object of the verb.

Weegy: A gerund is a verbal noun that refers to the action of the verb. In the sentence. "thinking is good exercise" thinking is a gerund
theseeker|Points 549|

User: Choose the clearest way to write this sentence. In Shakespeare's Hamlet, _____ gives us a character whose ability to act is affected by his need for certainty. Hamlet Shakespeare he it

Weegy: Choose the clearest way to write this sentence. In Shakespeare's Hamlet, he gives us a character whose ability to act is affected by his need for certainty.
selymi|Points 10326|

User: Match the grammatical form with its definition. 1. complement a word ending in -ing having characteristics of both a verb and a noun 2. gerund a word that ends in -ing or -ed and functions as a verb and an adjective 3. infinitive a word or phrase used after a verb to complete the predicate 4. participle "to" plus a verb

Weegy: Present participle is a verb form ending in -ing used as an adjective. A verb form ending in -ing used as a noun is a gerund.
debnjerry|Points 45951|

User: Which of these best describes how literary English differs from technical English? Literary writers write to inform, instruct and convince. Literary writers use language more freely and artistically. Literary writers write with a specific audience in mind. Literary writers control the way they use words to emphasize meaning.

Weegy: d. Literary writers control the way they use words to emphasize meaning.
pathwise|Points 1257|

User: Read the poem by Emily Dickinson. DAWN Not knowing when the dawn will come I open every door; Or has it feathers like a bird, Or billows like a shore? Which best identifies the ambiguity in this poem? Does the speaker fear the dawn or welcome it? Is the poem suggesting the speaker is afraid of water with the line "billows like a shore"? Is the speaker referring to the literal break of day or the figurative dawn of realization? Does the speaker really believe the dawn can fly as suggested by "has it feathers like a bird"?

Weegy: Yes. The speaker referring to the literal break of day or the figurative dawn of realization. Thanks!
Expert answered|ritaswanski|Points 90|

User: Translate the indicated abbreviations in the following dictionary entry. Physiognomy Phys`i*og"no*my\, n. a0 ; pl. a1 physiognomies [OE. a2 fisonomie, phisonomie, fisnamie]

Weegy: Are you asking for the definition of Physiognomy? If so: the face or countenance, especially when considered as an index to the character: a fierce physiognomy. 2. Also called anthroposcopy. [ [ the art of determining character or personal characteristics from the form or features of the body, especially of the face. 3. the outward appearance of anything, taken as offering some insight into its character: the physiognomy of a nation. If not, please clarify and we'll be happy to assist you further! ] ]
Expert answered|ritaswanski|Points 90|

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