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The question below refers to the selection from "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXVIII." Which question is answered by the line from Childe Harold's Pilgrimage? I love not man the less, but nature more a. What is the theme of the poem? b. Whom does the narrator love? c. How does the narrator feel about nature? d. Why do people rely on nature for sustenance?
Weegy: d. Why do people rely on nature for sustenance? User: The question below refers to the selection from "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXIV." This stanza describes the pleasures and terrors of ? a. swimming c. writing b. flying d. love Weegy: Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXIV." describes the pleasures and terrors of -a. swimming. User: The question below refers to the selection from "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXIV." The "mane" describes _________. a. a lion's head c. a length of a woman's hair b. the water line under a street d. the froth of a breaking wave Weegy: c. a length of woman's hair. The "mane" describes a length of a woman's hair. User: The question below refers to the selection “from Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, Canto IV.” Byron seems to comment directly on his own work in the lines — a. “From these our interviews, in which I steal / From all I may be, or have been before . . .” b. “Ten thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain . . .” c. “Without a grave, unknelled, uncoffined, and unknown.” d. “ —and what is writ, is writ; / Would it were worthier!” Weegy: c. ?Without a grave, unknelled, uncoffined, and unknown.? User: The question below refers to the selection from "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXV." In this stanza, what does the speaker claim about his spirit and imagination? a. Although in his twenties, he still feels like a teenager. b. Although middle-aged, he still feels like a young man. c. He feels that his powers are greater than ever. d. He feels that his powers are feebler than before. Weegy: "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage." In this stanza, what does the speaker claim about his spirit and imagination? b. Although middle-aged, he still feels like a young man. User: The ... (More)
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Choose the best inclusive-language revision of the sentence. A uniformed housekeeper opened the door. a. The maid opened the door. b. The butler opened the door. c. A uniformed housekeeper opened her door. d. The sentence does not need revision.
Weegy: A uniformed housekeeper opened the door. For inclusive-language, this sentence does not need revision. (More)
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The following question is based on your reading of “A Happy Excursion.” Which of the following is the best explanation of the theme of "A Happy Excursion"? a. It is important to use things according to their purpose. c. There are amazing animals in the world. b. Students must listen to their teachers. d. Relativism is necessary in life
Weegy: d. Relativism is necessary in life User: The following question is based on your reading of “A Happy Excursion.” Why does Hsu: Yu refuse the empire? a. "Emperor" is just a name, and it does not matter who fills the position. c. Hsu: Yu would rather be a cook. b. Hsu: Yu wants to keep his freedom. d. Hsu: Yu does not think that he would do a good job of ruling. Weegy: Why does Hsu: Yu refuse the empire? "Emperor" is just a name, and it does not matter who fills the position. User: The following question is based on your reading of “Life is a Dream.” Which line most accurately describes an important motif of the play? a. “Something of 'following darkness like a dream,' / For that we're after." c. "This is some Laureate at a birthday ode." b. "Yet better on her stony threshold die, / Than live unrevenged in Muscovy." d. "Transcending other creatures, day by day / Beats himself mad with unavailing rage!" Weegy: "Yet better on her stony threshold die, / Than live unrevenged in Muscovy." is the line most accurately describes an important motif of the play. User: The following question is based on your reading of “Life is a Dream.” Why does Clotaldo protect Rosaura? a. He has pity on her because she is a woman. c. She pleads for her life. b. He recognizes the sword she carries. d. He thinks that she is his long-lost son. Weegy: in life is a dream why does clotaldo protect rosaura? Answer: b. he recognizes the sword she carries User: The following question is based on your reading of “Life is a Dream.” Why does Segismund behave so badly during his first time at court? a. He is bitter about being locked up in the tower. c. He is overwhelmed with freedom and the new sensory expriences. b. He doesn't understand that his time in court is really happening; he thinks it's a dream. d. He doesn't have any manners. Weegy: a. He is bitter about being locked up in the tower. (More)
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