Why may the Lady in “The Lady of Shalott” not leave her island?
She has no means of transport at the poem’s beginning.
A curse is on her that forbids her doing so.
The king in Camelot has forbidden her to do so.
She is too overburdened with her weaving to do so
The answer is B.
In "The Lady of Shalott" by Alfred Tennyson, the Lady may not leave her island because a curse is on her that forbids her doing so. [
Part II: "She has heard a whisper say,/ A curse is on her if she stay / To look down to Camelot."
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