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Thy looks when they to Venus did ascribe,
20They should have given her twenty thousand Cupids;Such are thy beauties and our loves!Dear saint,Riches, the dumb god, that giv’st all men tongues,That canst do nought, and yet makest men do all things;The price of souls; even hell, with thee to boot,25Is made worth heaven.Thou art virtue, fame,Honor and all things else!Who can get thee,He shall be noble, valiant, honest, wise—MOSCA:And what he will, sir.Riches are in fortuneA greater good than wisdom is in nature.(1606)*Sol:the sun26.Throughout the passage, Volpone is addressing
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(D)his beloved(E)himself27.Which of the following adjectives best describesVolpone’s speech?Which of the following is used most extensively inthe passage?28.In the simile in line 8, “night” is used to stand for(E)Volpone’s possessions that are not made of gold29.The phrase “that age which they would have thebest” (line 15) refers to30.Lines 22-23 are based on which of the following?31.In line 24, “to boot” means32.Which of the following best paraphrases lines 26-27(“Who can get thee,/He shall be noble, valiant, honest,wise”) ?(A)It is better to be noble, valiant, honest, andwise than to have riches.(B)A rich person will be esteemed noble, valiant,honest, and wise.(C)A virtuous person is likely to become wealthyas well.(D)Nobility, valor, honesty, and wisdom willmake a person happy.(E)Getting riches may cause a person to dis-regard nobility, valor, honesty, and wisdom.33.Mosca’s comment “Riches are in fortune/A greatergood than wisdom is in nature” (lines 28-29) doeswhich of the following?(E)Contrasts a gift conferred by fortune with a giftconferred by nature.34.Which of the following is used most extensively inthe passage?The speaker in this poem is visiting the Vietnam VeteransMemorial in Washington, D.C.The monument, inscribed withthe names of the Americans who died or disappeared in theVietnam War, consists of two 250-foot-long black granite wallsconverging in a “V.”

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