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Which of these types of people would be typical of the subjects of Wordsworth's poetry? A. banker B. adventurer C. field worker D. member of the nobility
Field worker would be typical of the subjects of Wordsworth's poetry.
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Field worker would be typical of the subjects of Wordsworth's poetry.
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