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6 August, 01:28

Which of the following phrases from the second stanza of "To One in Paradise" illustrates the shift of the poem's mood from happy to gloomy? A. "starry Hope!" B. "dream too bright" C. "That didst arise" D. "mute, motionless, aghast"

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  1. 6 August, 01:49
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    The correct answer is D.

    The poem 'To One in Paradise was written by Edgar Allen Poe after the death of his wife. The poem was a lament, in which the author expresses his emotion that he has lost the most important thing to him. In stanza two of the poem, the words, 'mute, motionless, aghast' illustrate the shift of the poem from happy to gloomy mood.
  2. 6 August, 03:04
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    The poem 'To One in Paradise was written by Edgar Allen Poe after the death of his wife. From the following phrases, the second stanza of "To One in Paradise" illustrates the shift of the poem's mood from happy to gloomy would be D. "mute, motionless, aghast".
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