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what do the amphoras mentioned in marge piercy's "to be of use" symbolize?

I think it is B the toil of manual labor across different cultures

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  1. What are ALL the choices for this?

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  2. A. The inherent beauty of simple, functional objects
    B. The toil of manual labor across different cultures
    C. The hypocrisy of intellectuals who see beauty only in formal works of art

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  3. But the thing worth doing well done
    has a shape that satisfies, clean and evident.
    Greek amphoras for wine or oil,
    Hopi vases that held corn, are put in museums
    but you know they were made to be used.


    Please re-think.

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  4. no wait I know the anser it is A\

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  5. Yes!!! A!

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  6. thank you so much

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  7. You're welcome!

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  8. Lesson 4: Poems of Working People: Piercy, Whitman
    English 9 B Unit 5: What Has Value?

    ALL ANSWERS ARE CORRECT!!!!!!

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  10. The answers are
    A. American Laborers are all united in one song
    A. the inherent beauty
    A. the ship was heading south towards

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