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Spirituals are complex, yet straightforward, with no repetition. A. True B. False
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By singing call-and-response spirituals, enslaved people created a sense of social belonging and a sense that all enslaved people welcomed and acknowledged each other. A. True B. False
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Truth’s frequent asking of the question “Ain’t I a Woman?” is an example of repetition. A. True B. False
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Poe uses elements of Gothic fiction to create a bright, energetic atmosphere in his writing. A. True B. False
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Poe uses elements of Gothic fiction to create a bright, energetic atmosphere in his writing. FALSE.
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In “A Mystery of Heroism,” Collins wants to get water from the well because A. the other men dare him to go. B. he is thirsty. C. fetching water is his job. D. he does not want to fight any more.
Weegy: In “A Mystery of Heroism,” Collins wants to get water from the well because the other men dare him to go. User: When the speaker of “War Is Kind” uses the two-line refrain, “Do not weep / War is kind,” in the first, third, and last stanzas, what technique is being used to reiterate the theme? A. Verbal irony B. Rhythm and rhyme C. Situational irony D. Exaggeration (More)
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When the speaker of “War Is Kind” uses the two-line refrain, “Do not weep / War is kind,” in the first, third, and last stanzas, verbal irony is being used to reiterate the theme.
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