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The speaker’s statement that she loves with “childhood’s faith” means that her love is — a. small and noisy c. immature b. pure and trusting d. selfish
The answer is : B. pure and trusting.
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User: The speaker’s statement that she loves with “childhood’s faith” means that her love is — a. small and noisy c. immature b. pure and trusting d. selfish

Weegy: The answer is : B. pure and trusting.
Expert answered|aisonyu|Points 142|

User: Although the speaker alludes to her lost childhood faith, the concluding lines indicate that — a. love has replaced religious belief b. she has retained a Christian belief in God’s will c. her lover will appreciate her love after her death d. the poem is really about faith and not love



Weegy: c. her lover will appreciate her love after her death
Expert answered|rheymacion|Points 20|

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