How do the lines from kubla khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge affect the overall tone
The lines from the poem “Kubla Khan” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge affect the overall tone by being mystical. The words used are related to mysterious events, characters, and places. All of these three are described in an artistic manner of using meaningful adjectives.
In "Kubla Khan," Coleridge describes the creation and destruction of Kubla Khan's palace in the
exotic location of Xanadu, which gives the poem a
dreamlike quality. Through the
historical character of Kubla Khan, Coleridge uses the wild image of the Mongols to suggest that Kubla Khan is insane, implying that all creative actions are the acts of mad men.
The last lines bring the poem to a
climactic close. Flashing eyes evoke the image of passionate creativity. By talking about "holy dread," Coleridge suggests that creation is both
sacred and demonic.
Correct for plato ;)
Which sentence does not contain any punctuation errors?A. They nearly lost the portrait which was a family heirloom during the move.
B. They nearly lost the portrait which was a family heirloom, during the move.
C. They nearly lost the portrait, which was a family heirloom, during the move.
D. They nearly lost the portrait, which was a family heirloom during the move.
C. because its the only one that goes smoothly while reading
Study the poster created in California in 1876.Which persuasive techniques does the poster include? Select two options.
transfer faulty logic bandwagon glittering generalities unwarranted extrapolation
D glittering generalities
it would be a and d
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Which sentence does not contain any errors in period usage?a. Jerry's new job at Imagination retrice is going well. b. Prof. Gibson asked us to meet her at 1:30 PM. c. My aunt's pen company, Ink Inc., is doing quite well. d. Have you met my father, Mark Wilets, Sr?
a.Jerry's new job is going well...all in the present tense
What is the correct possessive form of bridges? bridges bridges’ bridges’s bridge’s
Answer: B) Bridges'
Explanation: A noun names a person, place, thing, idea, quality or action. A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an "s" or both. If the noun is singular, we should add and apostrophe and the letter "s" at the end of the word (for example, possessive of "bridge" is "bridge's"). If the noun is plural, we just have to add an apostrophe at the end of the word (for example: the possesive of "bridges" is "bridges'"). So the correct answer is option B.
It is "bridge's". "bridges" is just multiple of them "bridges' " is possessive in the case of more than one bridge and "bridges's" is not a word
Why is it important to avoid the overuse of the word i in an autobiographical piece
You should avoid using I because readers get the feeling that the book is too self-centered which can often cause them to stop reading.