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Question 9   2 / 2 points In Moby Dick , Ahab 's rambling monologues show that he is ____. Question options :
 single - minded * * ** uneducated practical vulnerable
Question 11   2 / 2 points If you were reading aloud these lines from " One Art , " at what point would you make your first full stop ? Lose something every day . Accept the fluster of lost door keys , the hour badly spent . Question options :
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Question 12   2 / 2 points In which sentence is the meaning of the word oppresses expressed ?
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Question 13   2 / 2 points In " Life in His Language , " when Toni Morrison writes to James Baldwin about " the astonishing gift of your art and your friendship , " she is fulfilling what function of a eulogy ? Question options :
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Question 14   2 / 2 points The title of " Constantly Risking Absurdity " implies that the poet is always in danger of
 Question options : appearing foolish . * * * * offending his audience . physical injury . making very little money .
Question 15   0 / 2 points Which element of Thoreau 's style is shown in these passages from Walden ? Simplicity , simplicity , simplicity ! I say , let your affairs be as two or three , and not a hundred or a thousand …. Simplify , simplify . Instead of three meals a day , if it be necessary eat but one ; instead of a hundred dishes , five …. Question options :
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Question 17   2 / 2 points Which word or phrase has the same meaning as manifold as it is used in this line ? The heavens reward thee manifold , I pray . Question options :
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Question 18   2 / 2 points From this passage in " The Minister 's Black Veil : A Parable , " what can you infer about the beliefs of the minister 's congregation ? " … and while he prayed , the veil lay heavily on his uplifted countenance . Did he seek to hide it from the dread Being whom he was addressing ? "
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Question 19   2 / 2 points In " Constantly Risking Absurdity , " when Ferlinghetti says that the poet performs " sleight - of - foot tricks , " he is comparing the poet to a ( n )
 Question options : teacher . burglar . singer . dancer . * * * *
Question 122 / 2 pointsIn which sentence is the meaning of the word oppresses expressed?Question options:Though she has few visitors, she is close to her family.The poet writes about how the death of loved ones weighs on her.****She composes several poems about the nature of death.The poet has a rich imagination that shows in her poetry.
Question 132 / 2 pointsIn "Life in His Language," when Toni Morrison writes to James Baldwin about "theastonishing gift of your art and your friendship," she is fulfilling what function of aeulogy?
Question 142 / 2 pointsThe title of "Constantly Risking Absurdity" implies that the poet is always in dangerof
Question 150 / 2 pointsWhich element of Thoreau's style is shown in these passages from Walden?Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity! I say, let your affairs be as two or three, and not ahundred or a thousand …. Simplify, simplify. Instead of three meals a day, if it benecessary eat but one; instead of a hundred dishes, five ….
Question 162 / 2 pointsWhich technique of speeches does Franklin use in this passage?From such an assembly can a perfect production be expected?Question options:restatement
repetitionparallelismrhetorical question****
Question 172 / 2 pointsWhich word or phrase has the same meaning as manifold as it is used in this line?The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.
Question 182 / 2 pointsFrom this passage in "The Minister's Black Veil: A Parable," what can you infer aboutthe beliefs of the minister's congregation? "… and while he prayed, the veil layheavily on his uplifted countenance. Did he seek to hide it from the dread Beingwhom he was addressing?"
Question 192 / 2 pointsIn "Constantly Risking Absurdity," when Ferlinghetti says that the poet performs"sleight-of-foot tricks," he is comparing the poet to a(n)
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