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Q: The main feeling conveyed by the speaker in this poem, “The Second Coming” is one of — a. hope c. frivolity b. dread d. vengefulness
A: C.
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User: The main feeling conveyed by the speaker in this poem, “The Second Coming” is one of — a. hope c. frivolity b. dread d. vengefulness

Weegy: C.
kdillon|Points 169|

User: Why does the jeweller keep the duchess waiting for ten minutes? a. to hide the jewels c. to appear punctual b. to tidy up the office d. because it brings him pleasure

Weegy: Because it gave the jeweler pleasure to have the duchess waiting on him
lailalayos|Points 190|

User: The boy’s experience at the stall of the young lady adds to the story because the incident — a. illustrates that the boy is too young to enjoy the bazaar b. characterizes the bazaar as drab, seedy, and ordinary c. emphasizes the bazaar’s air of excitement d. creates a satisfying resolution to the story

Weegy: b. characterizes the bazaar as drab, seedy, and ordinary
Amtid09|Points 190|

User: The story is narrated by — a. the main character at the time the events occur b. the main character later in his life c. a first-person narrator who is not the main character d. an omniscient third-person narrator

Weegy: The narrator is a character in the story who refers to himself or herself with the first-person pronoun I.
mark_reynolds|Points 77|

User: Which best reflects the central message of “The Second Coming”? a. In world history, a cycle of order follows a cycle of chaos. b. Society is doomed to revert to its barbaric origins. c. Humanity is powerless to do anything against the forces of time and nature. d. A dark future is foreshadowed by the violence of the present

Weegy: a. In world history, a cycle of order follows a cycle of chaos.
ashasri|Points 30|

User: How is prophecy reflected in the poem? a. The poem’s ideas and imagery come from a biblical prophecy. b. The poet claims that he himself is a prophet. c. The poem tells of an ancient Egyptian curse that comes true. d. The poet denies that prophecy is a valuable tool.

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