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Q: Keats's reaction to his discovery of Homer was one of _____. excited chatter silent awe both excited chatter and silent awe
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User: Keats's reaction to his discovery of Homer was one of _____. excited chatter silent awe both excited chatter and silent awe

Weegy: excited awe
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User: In the octave of On First Looking into Chapman's Homer, Keats compares reading great literature to _____. making great journeys discovering great continents both making great journeys and discovering great continents

Weegy: Metaphor
Expert answered|ailahmi|Points 40|

User: To explain, in the sestet, how he feels after discovering Homer, Keats uses two _____. metaphors apostrophes similes

Weegy: Hemingway's use of symbols and the metaphors beyond the symbols is phenomenal. Metaphors are an implied analogy that has an ideal that is being expressed and it also has an image by which that idea is conveyed. [ [ [ Establishing the similarities between the following dissimilarities is what helps to identify the metaphors behind the symbols in Hemingway's writings. He uses things as symbols to help express the old man's deep feelings in his journey through life.In The Old Man and the Sea the boy is brought to attention by the old man more than anything else in the story is. The old man, Santiago, thinks of the boy as the little boy that he used to take fishing and carefully watch over. ] ] ]
Expert answered|ailahmi|Points 40|

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In the octave of On First Looking into Chapman's Homer, Keats compares reading great literature both to making great journeys and discovering great continents.
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To explain, in the sestet, how he feels after discovering Homer, Keats uses two SIMILES: "like some watcher of the skies" and "like stout Cortez".

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