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Question 105 / 5 pointsIf you were reading aloud these lines from “One Art,” at what point would you make your first full stop? Lose something everyday. Accept the fluster of lost door keys, the hour badly spent.Question options:after "everyday"after "fluster"after "keys"after "spent"
Question 115 / 5 pointsIn "Constantly Risking Absurdity," when Ferlinghetti says that the poet performs "sleight-of-foot tricks", he is comparing the poet to a(n)
Question 125 / 5 pointsWhat blocks the explorer's personal growth in "The Explorer?"
Question 135 / 5 pointsBishop uses rhetorical devices in her poems "One Art" and "Filling Station". Rhetorical devices are word patterns that create emphasis and stir emotion. One rhetorical device Bishop uses is imperatives. Which option below demonstrates an imperative?
Question 145 / 5 pointsIn The Crucible, Act I, which of the young women has the most influence over the others?Question options:MaryTitubaAbigailMercy

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