Which details from the text best support the analysis that the narrator is in awe of the city at night? select three options. “ a. but it was not dark. everywhere there were lights.” b. “i thought to myself ‘this is a strong magic’ and trembled.” c.“that was a sight indeed—yes, that was a sight: i could not have seen it in the body—my body would have died.” d.“everywhere went the gods, on foot and in chariots.” e.“it was magic what they could do—it was magic what they did."
Option B you might tremble when in awe.Option D, the sight of the considered gods causes it.Option E , the mentioning of magic causes awe.
Awe could be admiration which is seen in D/E.Awe is also fear and that is descerned in B with the word TREMBLE
The details from the text of "By the Waters of Babylon", by Stephen Vincent Bennet, that best support the analysis that the narrator is in awe of the city at night areA. "But it was not dark. Everywhere there were lights."B. "I thought to myself 'This is a strong magic' and trembled."C. "That was a sight indeed -yes, that was a sight: I could not have seen it in the body -my body would have died."
The narrator is traveling through the Great Places of Gods. He sees them everywhere and he is in awe. He is overwhelmed with admiration and fear.
the answer is allusion. give me brainliest