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The allusions in “The World Is Too Much with Us” refer to — a. Roman buildings c. Roman epics b. Greek gods d. Greek tragedies
The allusions The World Is Too Much refers to b. Greek gods
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User: The allusions in “The World Is Too Much with Us” refer to — a. Roman buildings c. Roman epics b. Greek gods d. Greek tragedies

Weegy: The allusions The World Is Too Much refers to b. Greek gods
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User: What does the crew hang around the Mariner's neck? a. a cross c. a shroud b. an albatross d. part of the sail

Weegy: The crew hang an albatross around the Mariner's neck.
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