LA

posted by .

1. The tone of the poem "Ka'Ba" versus the tone of the poem "Harlem II" might be described as:

A. Grateful vs Ungrateful
B. Certain vs Doubtful
C. Hopeful vs Defeated
D. Safe vs Dangerous

2. The theme of "Your World" can best be inferred from which line?


A. "To travel this immensity."
B. "But I sighted the distant horizon."
C. "Your world is as big as you make it."
D. "And I throbbed with a burning desire."

I think
B
C

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Literature

    El Olvido: It is a dangerous thing to forget the climate of your birthplace, to choke out the voices of dead relatives when in dreams they call you by your secret name. It is dangerous to spurn the clothes you were born to wear for …
  2. Literature

    'What is the tone of the poem El Olvido? Describe the speaker's attitude towards the subject and support your description by commenting on word choice and rhythm.' This is what i got: The tone of the poem 'El Olvido' is very solemn
  3. Literature

    'What is the tone of the poem El Olvido? Describe the speaker's attitude towards the subject and support your description by commenting on word choice and rhythm.' The tone of the poem ‘El Olvido’ is intense as a mother prays for
  4. Englsih II

    Review the poems we have studied in this unit and select the one that appealed to you most. Analyze the poem by answering the following questions. Cite specific lines or phrases from the poem to support your ideas. Be certain to identify …
  5. Language Arts

    Is this a good analytical paragraph? Edgar Allen Poe’s poem, “The Bells”, uses personification and alliteration in order to establish a new tone for each stanza. Personification is used to create a transition in the stanzas,
  6. English

    CHECK PLEASE? Is this a good analytical paragraph?
  7. English

    Another question regarding the poem Annabel Lee. Can you check my response for me and help me elaborate on the rhythm explanation please; 1. What is the overall tone of the poem?
  8. English

    The tone of the poems "Ka'Ba" and "Harlem II" might be called a. bitter. b. defeated.*** c. optimistic. d. syrupy.
  9. English

    The tone of the poems "Ka'Ba" and "Harlem II" might be called a. bitter. b. defeated.**** c. optimistic. d. syrupy.
  10. Language Arts

    1. The tone of the poem "Ka'Ba" versus the tone of the poem "Harlem II" might be described as: A. Grateful vs Ungrateful B. Certain vs Doubtful C. Hopeful vs Defeated D. Safe vs Dangerous 2. The theme of "Your World" can best be inferred …

More Similar Questions