i have no idea since I've never read that book. I should imagine, though, that if YOU have read the book, this shouldn't be a very hard question. www.sparknotes.com/lit <~~You can also go here and find the title by its first letter, and then read, read, read.
There is no question here. This makes absolutely no sense at all.
In that sentence, "more" is an indefinite pronoun. http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/pronouns1.htm
"fiel" should be "field"?? Everything is fine except for the use of "in the field." I think you mean "in the country" instead. Make that substitution, and all the sentences will be perfect.
All are fine. 2, 2-2, and 2-3 mean approximately the same thing, yes.
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I don't understand sentence 2.
AP English Lit
http://www.uni.edu/~gotera/CraftOfPoetry/blankverse.html Notice the word "unrhymed" in this definition. The poem has three stanzas of 4 lines each. Couplets are 2 lines in each stanza. What is the 4-line stanza called?
AP English Lit
It's definitely not an epic!! Iliad and Odyssey and Beowulf are epics!! Sonnets have 14 lines and are written in iambic pentameter (which means there are 10 syllables per line, with the emphasis on the even syllables. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonnet http://www.poeticte...
It's a very poor idea to keep switching names. It's very junior-high-ish. And I see you have already been testing your limits in the math post above. Have you learned anything today??
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