Which lines from Part I of “The Hollow Men” imply that what people say is insignificant? Explain why your answer choice is correct.
a. “We are the stuffed men / Leaning together / Headpiece filled with straw.” (lines 2–4)
b. “Our dried voices, when / We whisper together / Are quiet and meaningless / as wind in dry grass / Or rats; feet over broken glass . . .” (lines 5–9)
without form, shade without color . . .” (line 11)
d. “Those who have crossed / With direct eyes, to death’s other Kingdom / Remember us . . .” (lines 13–15)
They fear the judgmental glare of the people from "death's dream kingdom," but the eyes of these heavenly souls might just be their only hope for salvation.
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