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What is the interaction between the speaker and the woman? a. He watches her as she passes. c. He briefly flirts with her. b. He introduces himself but is rebuffed. d. He begins a love affair with her.
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The descriptions of the West Wind in the first two sections of “Ode to the West Wind” are dominated by images of a. violence, death, decay, and burial. c. peace, birth, growth, and blossoming. b. sleep, dreams, fantasy, and reverie. d. translucence, light, color, and radiance.
Weegy: a. violence, death, decay, and burial. User: In part I of "Ode to the West Wind," the speaker suggests that the west wind User: In part I of "Ode to the West Wind," the speaker suggests that the west wind a. kills seeds. c. enchants seeds. b. ignores seeds. d. preserves seeds. Weegy: In part I of "Ode to the West Wind," the speaker suggests that the west wind preserves seeds. User: The question below refers to the selection “Ode to the West Wind” by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Lines 55–56, “A heavy weight of hours has chained and bowed / One too like thee: tameless, and swift, and proud,” mean that the speaker — a. has lost hope of ever capturing the wind’s qualities b. feels he is even mightier than the wind c. thinks of every human soul as the wind’s brother or sister d. feels that his spirit resembles the wind Weegy: A. has lost hope of ever capturing the wind's qualities. User: In line 5 of "Ode to the West Wind," what are the "Pestilence-stricken multitudes"? a. leaves c. seasons b. breezes d. the speaker's thoughts Weegy: a. leaves are the "Pestilence-stricken multitudes" User: The question below refers to the selection “Ode to the West Wind” by Percy Bysshe Shelley. The phrase “the incantation of this verse” in line 65 shows that Shelley thinks of poetry as akin to — a. love or hate c. a declaration of war on injustice b. magic, prophecy, or religion d. a defense against boredom and sorrow Weegy: b. magic, prophecy, or religion User: The questions below refer to the selection “She Walks in Beauty.” The speaker thinks that the woman’s beauty reflects her — a. wisdom c. need for attention b. inner beauty d. wit and intelligence Weegy: b. inner beauty "She Walks in Beauty" is a poem written in 1814 by Lord Byron. One of Lord Byron’s most famous, it is a lyric poem that describes a woman of much beauty and elegance. (More)
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