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Sheila was a mother bear when the woman tried to take her baby from her. A. simile B. metaphor C. metonymy D. personification
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Sheila was a mother bear when the woman tried to take her baby from her. D. personification
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Sheila was a mother bear when the woman tried to take her baby from her. A. simile B. metaphor C. metonymy D. personification
Weegy: Sheila was a mother bear when the woman tried to take her baby from her. This is metonymy. (More)
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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: ] User: Which is an abstract idea symbolized by the lamb in Blake’s poem “The Lamb”? a. knowledge c. innocence b. reason d. ecstasy Weegy: The abstract idea symbolized by the lamb in Blake’s poem “The Lamb” is the Reason. The answer is B. Reason. (More)
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