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True/FalseJulius Caesar was the emperor of Rome from 49-44 B.C.
Julius Caesar was the emperor of Rome from 49-44 B.C. TRUE.
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Julius Caesar was the emperor of Rome from 49-44 B.C. TRUE.
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In this stanza (Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Canto IV, stanza CLXXXV), what does the speaker claim about his spirit and imagination? a. Although in his twenties, he still feels like a teenager. b. Although middle-aged, he still feels like a young man. c. He feels that his powers are greater than ever. d. He feels that his powers are feebler than before.
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