In “The Widow at Windsor,” what can you tell about the speaker’s place in society from the dialect? A. “Generations have trod, have trod, have trod; / And all is seared with trade….” B. “Because the Holy Ghost over the bent / World broods with warm breast …” C. “And for all this, nature is never spent; / There lives the dearest freshness …” D. “… the soil / Is bare now, nor can foot feel, being
In 'The Widow at Windsor', from your quotes, you can tell the following about the speaker's place in society: A) He is a member of the royal family, b) He is a world-famous poet, c) He is a common person, d) He is well educated. [ The answer is a) He is a member of the Royal Family. ]
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