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What do the following lines from the poem suggest? And down the river's dim expanse / Like some bold seer in a trance, / Seeing all his own mischance / With a glassy countenance / Did she look to
Camelot. a. She regrets not having left her loom earlier. b. She always thought shed hate Camelot, and now she knows it. c. She expected Sir Lancelot to meet her in his own boat. d. She knows she wont make it to Camelot.
And down the river's dim expanse / Like some bold seer in a trance, / Seeing all his own mischance / With a glassy countenance / Did she look to Camelot. These lines suggest: She knows she wont make it to Camelot. ]
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And down the river's dim expanse / Like some bold seer in a trance, / Seeing all his own mischance / With a glassy countenance / Did she look to Camelot. These lines suggest that: She knows she won't make it to Camelot.
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