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The phrase "radiant maiden" in the poem "The Raven" is an example of?

A: Assonance

B: Alliteration

C: Onomatopoeia

I chose A is this correct? Thank you

In Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Bells", how does the tone change from the begging to the end?

A: From sad to scary

B: From Cheerful to evil

C: He uses rhyming lines

I chose B is this correct? Thank you

In the short story "The Cask of Amontillado, "how is Montresor an unreliable narrator?

A: He has been drinking too much amontillado

B: He does not explain his motives or purposes

C: He is dreaming, and the story is not real

I chose B is this correct? Thank you

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  1. Your answers appear to be correct. I agree with 1 and 2. It's been a while since I read the story, but for #3, I would choose B from these choices, too.

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