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Q: In The Lamb the speaker s questions refer to the lamb s a. meekness c. creator b. purpose d. descendan
A: In "The Lamb" the speakers questions refer to the lambs creator.
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User: In The Lamb the speaker s questions refer to the lamb s a. meekness c. creator b. purpose d. descendan

Weegy: In "The Lamb" the speakers questions refer to the lambs creator.
julius.salonoy|Points 20|

User: Whom does Blake refer to as “He” in “The Lamb”? a. the Creator c. the lamb b. the shepherd d. the child

Weegy: The answer is d. child The speaker in the lamb describes christ as a child. [ ]
julius.salonoy|Points 20|

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: A central idea of “The Lamb” is the a. beauty of the earth. c. vastness of the universe. b. excitement of experience. d. kindness of the creator.

Weegy: The central idea of the Lamba is D: kindness of its creator
RubyTee|Points 82|

User: The tone of "The Lamb" is a. innocent and childlike c. sorrowful and sad b. exciting and fun d. lamenting and angry

Weegy: The tone of "The Lamb" is innocent and childlike. The Lamb is in rhymed couplets in a basic trochaic metre. [ This metre is often found in children s verse and so enhances the impression of simplicity. ]
vonna79|Points 538|

User: In the poem the tiger is compared to __________. a. other creatures c. human mortality b. fire, heat, and brightness d. heroes of Greek mythology

Weegy: What is the poem name? I need the poem name in order to answer your question.
Sting|Points 5257|

User: THE TYGER (from Songs of Experience) By William Blake

User: THE TYGER (from Songs of Experience) By William Blake

Weegy: B. The creator
Amtid09|Points 190|

User: In line 4, the speaker says, “We have given our hearts away.” What is he referring to? a. The speaker’s love for his beloved b. A parent’s love for a child c. People who have chosen unwisely in love d. The lack of true emotional richness in our lives

Weegy: In line 4, the speaker says, We have given our hearts away. [ He is referring to (d.) The lack of true emotional richness in our lives. We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon? Sordid- demonstrating the worst aspects of human nature such as immorality, selfishness and greed. ]
matahari|Points 2650|

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 5176|

User: The allusions in “The World Is Too Much with Us” refer to — a. Roman buildings c. Roman epics b. Greek gods d. Greek tragedies

Weegy: The allusions The World Is Too Much refers to b. Greek gods
MrG|Points 4776|

User: Wordsworth uses allusions to emphasize the speaker’s connection to — a. the sea c. the desire for wealth b. ancient civilizations d. the material world

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