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In which line from “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” are alliteration and variations on the o sound most evident, creating a heavy, grim tone? a. “And every tongue, through utter drought . .
.” b. “And a good south wind sprung up behind . . .” c. “And the rain poured down from one black cloud . . .” d. “And the owlet whoops to the wolf below . . .”
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User: In which line from “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” are alliteration and variations on the o sound most evident, creating a heavy, grim tone? a. “And every tongue, through utter drought . . .” b. “And a good south wind sprung up behind . . .” c. “And the rain poured down from one black cloud . . .” d. “And the owlet whoops to the wolf below . . .”

Weegy: And every tongue, through utter drought.
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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
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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.

Weegy: a. Nature has supernatural powers. is the sentence that states an important theme of “Kubla Khan”
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