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In Blake's "The Tyger," the speaker's attitude toward the tiger can best be described as -- a.)affectionate. b.)awed. c.)indifferent. d.)contemptuous.
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In Blake's "The Tyger", it seems that speaker was impressed with his subject. In this respect, the answer is b.) awed.
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can someone answer this, the RIGHT answer please.
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In Blake's "The Tyger", it seems that speaker was "impressed" or "awed" by his subject.
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