Answer from: FailingstudentXD
feminism, The question is asking, to choose among the them is the them in Bradstreet's love poems that is considered unorthodox for the time they were written, and base on that
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where is the option?
Answer from: xxaurorabluexx
Th answer is feminism, saw it from another site.
Answer from: vicinimlv19
The question is asking, base on the choices, to choose among the them is the them in Bradstreet's love poems that is considered unorthodox for the time they were written, and base on that, the answer would be letter B. Feminism, I hope you are satisfied with my answer and feel free to ask for more.
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Read these sentences from the first section of the article. because of this novel characteristic which singles out washington from other cities, coupled with the fact that the trees are now in full splendor, a short history of their appearance in the capital city is of interest. the first cherry trees were planted in washington by mrs. taft's request on april 4, 1909, just a month after she first made her home in the white house. what is the most likely reason why cobb includes these sentences in the first section? a- to establish himself as a credible authority on the topic of cherry trees b- to state the central idea and begin the narrative of how the trees arrived in washington, d.c. c- to create a sensory image for readers who are not familiar with cherry trees d- to build suspense as to how so many cherry trees arrived in washington, d.c.
English, 21.06.2019 21:30
How were kapos like the camp administration, and how were they like the other prisoners? use details from the memoir to support your answer.
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“heartwork each day is born with a sunrise and ends in a sunset, the same way we open our eyes to see the light, and close them to hear the dark. you have no control over how your story begins or ends. but by now, you should know that all things have an ending. every spark returns to darkness. every sound returns to silence. and every flower returns to sleep with the earth. the journey of the sun and moon is predictable. but yours, is your ultimate art.” ― suzy kassem what does this quote mean to you? and why? i'm not looking for anything in particular, i just wanted to know. : )
What was considered an unorthodox theme in bradstreets love poems?...
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