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In "The World Is Too Much with Us," what accounts for people's being "out of tune"? a. their disregard for others c. their over-involvement with economic aspects of life b. their over-involvement with traditional religion d. the overcrowded conditions of their urban lives
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All of the following lines from "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" contain images suggesting light except for
Weegy: I WANDERED lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, [ beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. These lines do not have images suggesting light. ] (More)
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The men’s gazes, which rest upon the Mariner even after they die, symbolize — a. their devotion to the Mariner c. the men’s obedience to the Mariner b. the Mariner’s continuing hope d. the Mariner’s guilty conscience
Weegy: The men s gazes, which rest upon the Mariner even after they die, symbolize d. the Mariner s guilty conscience. User: After killing the albatross, the Mariner realizes that the bird — a. had evil intentions c. would be forgotten b. had been guiding the ship d. would bring happiness Weegy: b. had been guiding the ship User: Throughout “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” the mariner maintains a tone of a. fresh horror and awe. c. dull apathy and weariness. b. pure relief and comfort. d. detached wonder and amusement. Weegy: Throughout "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," the mariner maintains a tone of fresh horror and awe. User: The Mariner's penance is to a. die horribly in a shipwreck. c. sail all the oceans forever looking for the albatross. b. tell his story to anyone who will listen, while teaching love for all creatures. d. remember that Death is always waiting for him. Weegy: Albatrosses are large, oceanic birds that are truly unique. User: In Coleridge’s day, much of the language of his literary ballad was considered — a. antique c. too ornate b. up-to-date d. incomprehensible Weegy: In Coleridge's day, much of the language of his literary ballad was considered - c. too ornate. User: Ballads began as oral tradition, meaning that _________. a. they were passed down by being told aloud b. only certain bards could tell them c. they were initially written down d. they were meant to be enjoyed in solitude Weegy: Ballads began as oral tradition, meaning that a. they were passed down by being told aloud User: How does the Mariner select his audience? a. When he feels he can no longer bear the pain, he stops the next person he meets. b. He knows the right person as soon as he looks into that person’s eyes. c. He travels from wedding to wedding and inn to inn, telling his tale in return for a seat at the feast and a night’s lodging. d. His popularity makes it possible for him to choose from among many offers. ... (More)
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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: 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: “Thou,” used throughout the poem, refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival Weegy: Please specify what poem you are referring to, this will help us accurately answer your question. User: “Thou,” used throughout the poem ode to the west wind, refers to — a. the speaker himself c. the wind b. God d. Byron, Shelley’s friend and rival Weegy: a) the speaker himself (More)
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Which of the following attributes does Keats admire and celebrate most in “Ode on a Grecian Urn
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