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In line 19 of "The Second Coming" by W. B. Yeats the "stony sleep" is that of A. God B. Early Christians C. Contemporary people D. Evil supernatural beings
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In line 19 of "The Second Coming" by W. B. Yeats the "stony sleep" is that of B. Early Christians
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Weegy: The speaker describes a nightmarish scene: the falcon, turning in a widening"gyre" (spiral), cannot hear the falconer; "Things fall apart; the center cannothold"; anarchy is loosed upon the world; "The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, [ andeverywhere / The ceremony of innocence is drowned." The best people, thespeaker says, lack all conviction, but the worst "are full of passionate intensity."Surely, the speaker asserts, the world is near a revelation; "Surely the SecondComing is at hand." No sooner does he think of "the Second Coming," then heis troubled by "a vast image of the Spiritus Mundi, or the collective spirit of mankind: somewhere in the desert, a giant sphinx ("A shape with lion body andthe head of a man, / A gaze as blank and pitiless as the sun") is moving, whilethe shadows of desert birds reel about it. The darkness drops again over thespeaker's sight, but he knows that the sphinx's twenty centuries of "stonysleep" have been made a nightmare by the motions of "a rocking cradle." Andwhat "rough beast," he wonders, "its hour come round at last, / Slouchestowards Bethlehem to be born? ] User: The first stanza of "The Second Coming" suggests that the world is most threatened by A. Change B. Science C. Ignorance D. Fascism Weegy: The first stanza of "The Second Coming" suggests that the world is most threatened by D. Fascism. (More)
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In lines 14-16 of "The Second Coming," a "shape" is said to be "moving its slow thighs." What is it doing? a. digging c. being born b. walking d. giving birth
Weegy: Which book or poem are you reading from? May I please have the link to it. User: The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats Weegy: What is your question? (More)
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whom did the jeweller most probably bet that he would become the "most richest jeweller in england?" A.) his mother B.) the duchess C.) the four men who work for him D.) the mademoiselle who used to ...
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