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Q: How does Tennyson use juxtaposition in "Break, Break, Break" to make contrast more apparent? (A)He places images that signify good next to images that signify evil. (B)He places images that signify
grief next to images that signify happiness and innocence. (C)both of these (D)none of these
A: (D)none of these
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