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Writers use ___ to show the attitude toward the subject of the work being written, or the audience that is intended to be reading it. A. tone B. characters C. plot D. conflict
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Writers use tone to show the attitude toward the subject of the work being written, or the audience that is intended to be reading it.
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Based on the poem, what does the Smoke King probably mean by “Hail! great, gritty, grimy hands”? A. Strong people are not afraid of getting dirty. B. People who do physical labor deserve respect. C. Someone has to do the dirty work in the world. D. We should notice those who live in poverty
Weegy: ?Hail! great, gritty, grimy hands? means B. People who do physical labor deserve respect. User: Poetry that expresses the speaker’s thoughts and feelings and often uses imagery and figurative language instead of literal description is called _______________. A. lyric poetry B. illyric poetry C. rhythmatic poetry D. rhyme poetry Weegy: A. Lyric poetry often uses imagery and figurative language. User: In “The Song of the Smoke” by W.E.B. Du Bois, what feeling is conveyed in the following : “The blacker the mantle, the mightier the man! For blackness was ancient ere whiteness began.” A. The feeling is dull. B. The feeling is active and dynamic. C. The feeling is sad. D. The feeling is inactive. Weegy: In ?The Song of the Smoke? by W.E.B. Du Bois, what feeling is conveyed in the following : ?The blacker the mantle, the mightier the man! For blackness was ancient ere whiteness began.? B. The feeling is active and dynamic. User: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He was the first African American to receive a Ph.D. in American history from ________________. A. Princeton University B. Boston College C. Harvard University D. Yale University Weegy: William Edward Burghardt Du Bois was born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He was the first African American to receive a Ph.D. in American history from Harvard University. (More)
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