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In theSonnet 43 The love expressed in the poem can best be described as Choose one answer. a. violent and dangerous b. lasting and profound c. temporary and insignificant
d. spontaneous and fleeting
In the Sonnet 43 the love expressed can best be described as B. lasting and profound.
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User: In the Sonnet 43 The speaker's statement that she loves with "childhood's faith" means that her love is Choose one answer. a. pure and trusting b. immature c. selfish d. small and noisy

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