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Q: Which word best describes the mood of the above illustration accompanying The Lamb a. ecstatic c. agitated b. gloomy d. serene
A: a. ecstatic
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User: Which word best describes the mood of the above illustration accompanying The Lamb a. ecstatic c. agitated b. gloomy d. serene

Weegy: a. ecstatic
arrabalon15|Points 30|

User: Which word best describes the mood of the above illustration accompanying “The Lamb”? a. ecstatic c. agitated b. gloomy d. serene

Weegy: a. ecstatic
arrabalon15|Points 30|

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
selymi|Points 10989|

User: The speaker’s fear in “When I Have Fears” causes him to — a. give up literature b. make many friends and avoid his enemies c. attempt to forget love and fame d. lash out at others

Weegy: answer is A. give up literature// In the poem named 'When I Have Fear' by john Keats, the writer indicates that the fear makes him to feel like avoiding literature. [ He feels like he knows less in this field hence he desires to quit in order to avoid the embarrassment of loss to other writers. ]
kobe12|Points 40|

User: The speaker in "The Tyger" is a. a child c. the Tyger himself b. the creator d. an adult

Weegy: William Blake was a Romantic poet. Based upon this, his poetry tended to revolve around the importance nature and imagination. One could argue that, in the poem, Blake questioned nature and its role in the world. [ For the Romantics, nature was very important. The imagery of nature was used to allow readers to also question life and the things around them. In "The Tyger," Blake (as the writer) questions the creation of the tiger based solely upon the fact that he finds it hard to believe that the same hand (God's hand) created the lamb. Given that, one can only assume that Blake is the speaker in the poem based upon the fact that he wrote the poem. The poem contains open-ended questions which force the reader to consider the answers. Unfortunately, for the reader, the questions are unanswerable. Therefore, given that Blake is wanting the reader to consider the creation of the "tyger," one could easily assume that Blake, himself, is the speaker. Sources: ]
Nezris|Points 40|

User: Which of the following passages provides the best example of imagery? a. "To what green altar, O mysterious priest, / Lead'st thou that heifer lowing at the skies, / And all her silken flanks with garlands dressed " b. "What men or gods are these? What maidens loath " c. "Thou, silent form, dost tease us out of thought / As doth eternity: Cold Pastoral!" d. "Beauty is truth, truth beauty,- that is all / Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know."

Weegy: a. "To what green altar, O mysterious priest, / Lead'st thou that heifer lowing at the skies, / And all her silken flanks with garlands dressed " provides the best example of imagery.
may100|Points 2638|

User: Poets generally use allusion to __________. a. disguise their political views b. make readers think about how much progress humankind has made c. deepen a poem's meaning d. display their knowledge of various fields

Weegy: Poets generally use allusion to __________.Answer is b. [ make readers think about how much progress humankind has made-because the origin of Allusion was based on Mythology and it fascinated humans :) So they've created their figure of heroes and created legends that would show how much we've changed and developed the different styles of literature. ]
jessMhak|Points 30|

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
rexellene|Points 40|

User: The symmetry of “The Tyger” is enhanced by the — a. appearance of the lamb c. repetition of the first stanza b. speaker’s confusion d. image of the furnace

Weegy: A.the symmetry of "the tyger" is enhanced by c. repetition of the first stanza
nielnaC|Points 140|

User: The speaker compares the winds to — a. the sea and the moon c. sleeping flowers b. ghostly beasts d. a musical tune

Weegy: The speaker compares the winds to c. sleeping flowers .............
sujaysen|Points 4764|

User: Which sentence states an important theme of “Kubla Khan”? a. Nature has supernatural powers. b. There is a powerful contrast between sun and ice. c. Human beings need pleasure. d. Music calms the savage beast.

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