This story is told by the main character. The reader can’t see anything beyond what the narrator sees and knows which type of point of which type of point of view is being described a.third-person view omniscient. B. Second-person. C.first-person. D.third-person limited


Answer 1
Answer: This type of story would be C)first person I believe
Answer 2

the right answer for K12 is C- first-person

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Name of the acting company of which Shakespeare was a partner?


William Shakespeare's theatre company was The Chamberlain's Men, named after The Lord Chamberlain, an official responsible for royal and public entertainment. In 1603, when Queen Elizabeth I died and King James I became king, the new king became their patron and the name was changed to The King's Men.
The Globe is your best answer...

Review the lines from Act II, scene ii of Romeo and Juliet. Juliet: ’Tis but thy name that is my enemy;
Thou art thyself though, not a Montague.
What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,
Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part
Belonging to a man. O! be some other name:
What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;

The purpose of this speech is to illustrate Juliet’s

love for Romeo in spite of his family name.
concern that Romeo is her sworn enemy.
wish that Romeo belonged to another family.
fear that Romeo may be physically harmed.


Love for Romeo in spite of his family name.

love for Romeo in spite of his family name

it makes sense, she puts apoint that a name is merely a name and that her love shouldn't be judged because of his and or her family names.


What does the word irritable mean in this sentence? Lack of sleep made the toddler irritable.


In this sentence the word irritable means, according to the Cambridge dictionary, "to become annoyed or angry very easily".  The fact that this child has not slept the amount of time he needs to sleep makes him angry.

However, you should always resort to other sources so as to be sure. Similarly to the Cambridge dictionary, Collins indicates that this adjective means "to be easily annoyed". Yet it offers the following synonyms to replace the word: bad-tempered, cross, snappy and hot.

Irritable - having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed or made angry."she was tired and irritable"

Which literary device is employed in the following sentence from Herman Melville’s short story "Bartleby, the Scrivener"? And here Bartleby makes his home, sole spectator of a solitude which he has seen all populous—a sort of innocent and transformed Marius brooding among the ruins of Carthage!.


The literary device in use in this sentence is metaphor.

In the sentence, the author explains how Bartleby is looking at an area that is practically empty now, but used to be busy with people ("sole spectator of a solitude which he has seen all populous"). He then directly compares Bartleby with Marius, who had looked upon a once-busy, but now-destroyed, Carthage.

If the sentence had read
"And here Bartleby... all populous - like a sort of innocent and transformed..."
then it would have been a simile, not a metaphor.

However, because the author simply states that Bartleby IS "a sort of innocent and transformed Marius", without a word like "like" before it, it is a metaphor.


C.  allusion



Which words in this sentence are proper nouns?  Many immigrants passed through ellis island when they arrived in the united states.


A noun is a person, place or thing. A proper noun is a noun that is referencing a specific person, place or thing.

ex. immigrant is a noun, as it talks about a general type of person.
ex. Ellis Island is a proper noun, as it talks about a specific place.

Therefore, "Ellis Island" and "United States" are proper nouns in this sentence.
Hope this helps! :)
Ellis Island and United States are proper nouns

immigrant is a noun

Describe the tone of Douglass speech. How does his tone contribute to the appeal that he using ethos and pathos?


What is Douglass speech?


In the novel Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte, Jane is an orphan girl who is mistreated by her aunt, Mrs. Reed. Mrs. Reed is rude to Jane and sends Jane away to a boarding school. Based on the summary, why is Mrs. Reed the antagonist of the story?

She is in a conflict with Jane.

She is unfeeling.

She is the most important character in the book.

She is Jane Eyre’s aunt.


based on the summary, she is the antagonist most likely because she is in conflict with jane


A she has a conflict


Jane and her aunt have problems probably because she is a orphan


Read the excerpt from Thoughts and Sentiments. However, notwithstanding all that has been done and written against it, that brutish barbarity, and unparalelled injustice, is still carried on to a very great extent in the colonies, and with an avidity as insidious, cruel and oppressive as ever. What inference about Cugoano’s beliefs is most supported by this excerpt? Cugoano believes that slavery does not have to be cruel and oppressive. Cugoano believes that slavery needs to be abolished in the colonies. Cugoano believes that more people need to speak out against slavery. Cugoano believes that more writers need to write about slavery.


The inference about Cugoano’s beliefs which is most supported by this excerpt is:

  • Cugoano believes that slavery needs to be abolished in the colonies.

What is Inference?

This refers to the use of deductions to arrive at a conclusion about a particular event because of the available premise which is used.

With this in mind and from the complete text, we can see that the inference used by Cuogano about his beliefs is that he is an abolitionist who wants slavery to end.

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Cugoano believes that slavery needs to be abolished in the colonies.


Ottobah Cugoano or also known as John Stuart was a former slave who became free and became educated. He later also became one of the most prominent abolitionists against the slavery system in the American and English nations.

His publishing of "Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species" became known for his criticism of the slave trade. He called for the abolition of slavery and the immediate emancipation and release of slaves, also the cessation of the slave trade. Based on the excerpt in the question, it can be inferred that Cugoano believes that slavery needs to be abolished in the colonies.


HELP ASAP PLEASE !? PLEASE correct my answers If they are wrong please, I need to pass!

1.the use of repeated K sounds in the line "I hacked and broke the dark limb" is an example of

A) assonance
B) onomatopoeia
C) alliteration
D) consonance <--

1.in poetry, onomatopoeia is:

A) words that can give a poem its meter
B) words that can give animal human characteristics
C) words that sound like their internal Rhymes
D) words that imitate the sound they describe <----

3. the use of the repeated ea sound in the line "split the steamy seams of the sea" shows an example of :

A) assonance
B) onomatopoeia
C) alliteration <----
D) consonance

4. in poetry, assonance is:

A) the repetition of end rhymes
B) the repetition of consonant sounds <---
C) the repetition of vowel sounds
D) the repetition of internal rhymes

5. in poetry, feet are:
A) rhymes arranged in stressed and unstressed patterns <---
B) syllables arranged in stressed and unstressed patterns
C) syllables arranged in rhymed and unrhymed patterns
D) words arranged in rhymed and unrhymed patterns

6. in Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven, which type of rhyme does the word remember create in the following line: "Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December,

A) eye rhyme
B) end rhyme
C) internal rhyme <---
D) external rhyme

7.The following is a type of rhyme used in poetry:

A) interior rhyme <---
B)interconnecting rhyme
C) internal rhyme
D) integral rhyme

8. In Gwendolyn brooks' poem We Real Cool, how might the rythm be described?

A) "sad" and "sleepy
B) "quiet" and "meditative
C) "dull" and "oblique
D) "sharp" and " jazzy <---

9. in writing poetry, generative writing is a way to:

A)write completed Poems on the first try
B) explore different types of poems and techniques within poems <---
C) revise previously written poems
D) get feedback on your poems to improve them

10. in exploring uses of sound in poetry, a writer might use the generative writing step to:

A) experiment with different sound techniques <--
B) apply techniques of sound learned in the fiction unit
C) revise a poem using techniques of sound
D) focus on sound while editing and polishing a poem


I think that 4 should be C

10 is d focus on sound. 9 is feedback on your poem. 8 is D. 7 is A. 6 is C. 5 is A. 4 is B. 3 is C. 2 is D. 1 is D.

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