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Which line from Whitman's poetry best shows his belief in the individual rather than society?
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The speaker in "The Tropics in New York" cries because he feels __________. hungry ecstatic poor nostalgic
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In Our Town, which character sets the scene and introduces each act of the play with a monologue? George Gibbs Emily Webb Mr. Webb the Stage Manager
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In Act III of Our Town, the living spend much time and energy focused on the dead. The dead __________. are unable to see the living are nervous about the living are just as concerned with the living do not care very much about the living
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Alzheimer's disease is a serious disease that accounts for many elderly people losing their ability to function independently in society. Research has found that one of the predominant areas of the brain affected by Alzheimer's is the:
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