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C) We have no refuge in this life, except in one another.D) Without religious faith the world will eventually destroy itself in nuclear war.Question 20 / 10 pointsWhich of the following selections bestdescribes the poem’s rhythm and meter in "Dover Beach?"Question options:A) The poem is in four-line stanzas of strict iambic pentameter.
B) The poem has stanzas of varying lengths with resounding stress patterns and occasional rhymes.C) The poem is in unrhymed free verse stanzas with no pattern to their length.D) The poem is four stanzas of tetrameter lines, rhymed ABABC.Question 310 / 10 pointsWhich word or phrase does NOT have a positive connotation?Question options:A) tranquilB) sweetC) retreatingD) calm Question 410 / 10 pointsDenotation refers to a word's literal meaning.Question options:A) TrueB) FalseQuestion 510 / 10 pointsRead this section from Dover Beachto analyze denotation and connotation and answer the follow-up questions.
Ah, love, let us be trueTo one another! for the world, which seemsTo lie before us like a land of dreams,So various, so beautiful, so new,Hath really neither joy, nor love, nor light,