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In “The Hollow Men,” how might you interpret Eliot’s use of the words hollow, dried, and broken to describe the hollow men? a. The hollow men spend their lives making repairs and gathering supplies. b. The lives of the hollow men are empty—void of spirituality or meaning. c. The hollow men suffer from the damaging effects of heat and wind. d. The hollow men are without money that would allow them to repair their homes.
Weegy: The hollow men spend their lives making repairs and gathering supplies. User: The place where the hollow men are gathered is described as a(n) — a. hell of eternal torment c. dry, twilit limbo b. paradise of bliss d. everyday real world Weegy: ?The Hollow Men? by T.S. Eliot. The place where the hollow men are gathered is described as a(n) ? a. hell of eternal torment. User: What is the main emotion the speaker expresses in the poem? a. Religious faith c. Fear of death b. Despair at life d. Longing for love Weegy: b Despair at life is the main emotion the speaker expresses in the poem “The Hollow Men” by T.S. Eliot. User: What is the main emotion the speaker expresses in the poem “The Hollow Men”? a. Religious faith c. Fear of death b. Despair at life d. Longing for love Weegy: What is the main emotion the speaker expresses in the poem “The Hollow Men" is C. Fear of death. (More)
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Based on the time when the poem “The Second Coming” was written, Images of a “blood-dimmed tide” and of drowned innocence in lines 5–6 were probably affected by the events of a. the Boer War c. World War I b. the Victorian era d. World War II
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