which statement best describes the imagery in chapter i of nature and in society and solitude?

# which statement best describes the imagery in chapter i of nature and in society and solitude?

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What attitude toward the earth do these lines express?The human body is made of material much like the earth.
This stanza reflects the attitude thatthe spirit has greater strength than the body.
Why can "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" be considered a product of its time?It addresses the tension between rational thought and the natural world.
Which best describes the author's purpose in "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer"?The author intended for the reader to be inspired to spend more time in classrooms.
Based on the excerpt, Dickinson's attitude toward death can best be described asrespectful acceptance
What attitude toward social habits does this excerpt indicate?Social habits are meaningless and arbitrary.
Which best describes Bright Romanticism?a post-Revolutionary War literary movement that focused on the beauty and optimism of the period
What do the stars do for the speaker of "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" that the lecture hall does not?The stars offer first-hand knowledge.
How does Whitman's mention of "the mystical moist night-air" in "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" support the theme of the poem?It suggests that he valued contemplation over all else.
What does "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" suggest about academic studies?that they are overwhelmingly tedious
What does "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer" suggest about the poet's view of the world?He considers the world to be a place that deserves much contemplation.
This is best reflected in "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer," whenWhitman becomes tired and sick and wanders off
What do these lines indicate about Dickinson's view of pride?They suggest that pride doesn't require self-praise.
How does this stanza express an optimistic view?It urges readers to be brave in the face of death.
Given the theme of "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer," why does the speaker call the astronomer "learn'd"?The astronomer possesses knowledge that doesn't interest the speaker.
Why does Whitman use the words "rising and gliding" to describe the speaker's exit from the classroom?These words suggest that the speaker is happy to leave.
What is the purpose of the third stanza of "Auspex"?It contrasts the image of the birds from the first stanza.
How do "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex" differ in how they describe the concept of time?"Psalm" suggests that the passage of time cannot defeat the soul, while "Auspex" indicates that it can.
The theme of "Psalm" reflects joy in time's passing, while "Auspex" shows gloomy acceptance of it.the different stages of a natural process
The use of the words "stout and brave" suggests that "our hearts" arephysically very strong.
What does the poet suggest about human life with the images in these lines?Life is an eternal struggle.
The imagery in the lines suggests thatgreat deeds are remembered in history.
What imagery do "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex" have in common?Both poems make reference to the heart.
What is the effect of the repetition of the word "dead" in this line?It reinforces the idea that one should live in the present, not in the past.
Which best describes the tone shared by "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex"?energetic
How does the second stanza of "Auspex" tie the first and third stanzas together?It offers a counterclaim to the first stanza, which is then rejected in the third stanza.
The speaker compares his heart to an empty nest in order todescribe a physical feeling he is experiencing.
Which best describes the rhyme schemes in "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex"?The poems follow different rhyme schemes.
How do the authors of "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex" use different images to illustrate their themes?"Psalm" contains primarily images of battle and human interactions, while "Auspex" focuses on natural imagery.
What is the main idea of the first stanza of "Auspex"?Though I cannot slow myself down right now, one day my heart will stop beating so quickly, and I will slow down.
Which best describes the effect of the expression "Woe's me"?It heightens the sense of loss in the poem.
Which best describes the tone that the first stanza of "A Psalm of Life" sets for the rest of the poem?cloudy and unclear
What does each stanza in "Auspex" show?the different stages of a natural process
Which statement best describes the rhyme scheme in "A Psalm of Life"?The poem adheres to a strict ABAB rhyme scheme throughout each stanza.
How do the themes of "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex" differ?While "Psalm" argues that the soul continues after death, "Auspex" indicates that time destroys the heart's passions.
Which statement best describes how the tone of Society and Solitude is different from the tone of Chapter I of Nature?Society and Solitude has a contemplative tone, while Nature has a more lyrical and whimsical tone.
Which is the best summary of Emerson's view of solitude expressed in Society and Solitude?Though solitude is not necessarily valuable in and of itself, it is important to recognize its significance within a larger community.
Which best states how the concept of trust is portrayed in Chapter I of Nature and in Society and Solitude?Nature implies suspicion of others but does not state it, while Society and Solitude states directly that suspicion of others is natural.
How does the relationship between "man and vegetable" described in paragraph five of Chapter I of Nature support the piece's central idea?It suggests that the relationship between humans and nature is mystical but also unquestionable.
Emerson claims that stars are similar to dreams by stating they are-"always present, they are inaccessible"
What attitude toward the stars does Emerson express in the first paragraph of Chapter I of Nature?He feels they represent awe-inspiring beauty.
Which best describes Emerson's argument in this excerpt?In order to balance society and solitude, one must maintain both independence and sympathy for others.
Which statement would be included in a summary of the first paragraph of Chapter I of Nature?The stars at night are beautiful but sometimes unappreciated.
How is the concept of solitude portrayed in both Society and Solitude and Chapter I of Nature?Solitude is viewed as a source of strength.
Which statement best describes Emerson's opinion of communities, according to the first paragraph of Society and Solitude?Regardless of how tightly bound communities may seem, each person is ultimately alone.
What is Thoreau's first thought upon being imprisoned in "Civil Disobedience"?He considers the prison a foolish institution.
Based on "Civil Disobedience," what statement did Thoreau, like his modern-day successors, hope to make with his imprisonment?He wanted to suggest that one should be willing to go to great lengths for a belief.
Considering "Civil Disobedience," which best describes how Thoreau and Martin Luther King, Jr. both felt about acts of civil disobedience?They both believed that individuals have the right and the responsibility to protest unjust laws.
Based on Thoreau's beliefs and "Civil Disobedience," he most likely decided not to pay poll tax becausehe disagreed with the idea of it.
Based on Thoreau's opinion about the Mexican-American War and slavery in the United States, why did he most likely refuse to pay the poll taxes, as described in "Civil Disobedience"?He disagreed with the government's actions.
Which would be the best way of describing the structure of Thoreau's observations in "Civil Disobedience"?He moves from a consideration of his surroundings to an evaluation of the state as a whole.
Considering "Civil Disobedience," why did both Thoreau and Martin Luther King, Jr. engage in acts of civil disobedience?to protest government policies they believed were unjust
Based on his transcendental beliefs and "Civil Disobedience," it is most reasonable to assume that Thoreaubelieved following his conscience was more important than following the law.
In "Civil Disobedience," what does Thoreau think about right after he wonders if he could have been of service to his community?the significance of the wall between himself and others
Considering "Civil Disobedience," which best describes one similarity between Thoreau and Martin Luther King, Jr.?Both felt that people have the moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.
Which statement would be included in a summary of paragraph one of Society and Solitude?Solitude is an inner concept rather than an outward one.
Which of the following expresses a similarity between the central ideas found in Society and Solitude and Chapter I of Nature?Both passages stress the importance of individual contemplation.
In this quotation, the first stanza has a different style from the second section. What does this suggest about Whitman's overall style in the poem?that Whitman's style allows for various kinds of language
How do these lines reflect the poet's general style?They show the poem's relaxed, candid tone.
How do the images of travel in part 46 of "Song of Myself" contribute to the poem's theme?They suggest expansiveness, or extending one's reach outward.
How does the word "tramp" affect the tone of this line?It suggests the determination of the speaker.
Which statement best describes the theme of "Song of Myself"?There is room for many experiences and, indeed, selves within one self.
Which of the following statements best describes the effect of the long lines in "Song of Myself"?They remind the reader of the speaker's liberty and self-confidence.
What is the effect of the word "atom" in this line and later in the poem?It emphasizes the narrator's belief that every parcel of the Earth belongs to everyone.
What theme is suggested by this excerpt?People should be brave, take risks, and embrace all aspects of life.
Which characteristic makes "Song of Myself" a free verse poem?the absence of a consistent rhythmic structure
What is the most likely reason the author chose a free verse structure for "Song of Myself"?Free verse allowed for the expression of expansive ideas.
Which statement best describes the way the sections in the excerpt from "Song of Myself" are constructed?They show unique sides of a universal worldview.
How are the speakers' attitudes toward God and Death similar in "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" and "Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church"?Both speakers appear confident and accepting.
What does the use of the words "orchard" and "dome" suggest?that the speaker is able to see and feel her faith in everything that surrounds her
How are the speakers' sense of goals different in "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" and "Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church"?The speaker in the former knows exactly what her goal is, while the speaker in the latter believes that she has already achieved it.
What is the effect of the word "surplice," which is a garment worn by the clergy, in this stanza?It reinforces the difference between the natural things the speaker holds dear and the rituals of the church.
What is the effect of the phrase "but just Ourselves" in the lines above?It conveys the personal nature of the speaker's journey.
What is the most likely reason for the poet to oppose the phrases "tolling the Bell" and "sings" in these lines?The poet is expressing her belief that the second, more natural option is far more desirable than the first option.
What image does the language in these lines create?The language creates an image of starkness and isolation.
What is the purpose of the words "labor" and "leisure"?They are aspects of life that the speaker is leaving.
How are the moods of "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" and "Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church" different?The former has a serious mood, while the latter has a lighter mood.
How do the settings of "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" and "Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church" differ?Traveling in the former represents a journey toward death, while the setting of the latter shows that the speaker is well grounded.
What is the most logical sequence for these sentences in a story?4, 1, 3, 2
Which is the best way to write this sentence in the active voice?Sonora organized the textbooks.
Which is the best replacement for the underlined word?scanned
Which is the best way to write this sentence in the active voice?The entire senior class and several chaperones attended the dance.
Which is the best replacement for the underlined sentence?The house was unusually dark for early evening.
Which is the best replacement for the underlined word?took
Which is the best replacement for the underlined sentence?One day, she would teach her own children and grandchildren this precious recipe!
Which sentence is an example of the imperative mood?Please bring me my physics textbook, my lab manual, and my homework assignments.
Which is the best replacement for the underlined words?hope
What is the verb mood of this sentence?imperative
Which is the best way to write this sentence in the active voice?Jake kicked the final goal, and the Huskies won the game.
Which is the best example of a vivid sensory detail?"It was a lake of rainbow light"
Fill in the blanks in order.convinced . . . . changed . . . . walk
What is the most logical way to sequence these sentences to create a logical narrative? (performance, solo)sentence 1, sentence 4, sentence 2, sentence 3
Which is the best example of a vivid sensory detail?"when the maids stood ready with mop and pail in front entries to keep the deluge out"
Sasha just read a writing prompt, and she is not sure what to write about. In order to write a strong essay, Sasha should firstbrainstorm different topics.
What is the most logical way to sequence these sentences to create a logical narrative? (friendship, moving)sentence 3, sentence 1, sentence 4, sentence 2
All of the following are essential to a strong essay outline, EXCEPTeach vivid sensory detail that will be included.
Fill in the blanks in order.tried . . . . wanted
Fill in the blanks in order.baked . . . . visited
Fill in the blanks in order.repeat . . . walked
Jonas decides that he will write a letter explaining that he disagrees with the principal's decision because he believes that uniforms take away from students' individuality. What is his best next step?create an outline
Which is the best example of a vivid sensory detail?"I thought my knees would give out and I would collapse."
Fill in the blanks in order.teach . . . . understand
Fill in the blanks in order.came . . . give . . . . wanted
Fill in the blanks in order.planted . . . . measured
What is the most logical way to sequence these sentences to create a logical narrative?sentence 1, sentence 3, sentence 4, sentence 2
A brainstorming web can be an important tool in narrative writing becauseit helps the writer think of different topics to write about.
How do "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex" differ in how they describe the concept of time"Psalm" suggests that the passage of time cannot defeat the soul, while "Auspex" indicates that it can.
What is the main idea of the first stanza of "Auspex"?NOT: My heart is beating very quickly at the moment, and I wonder how long it will last.
The speaker compares his heart to an empty nest in order toemphasize the fact that his love has left.
What is the purpose of the third stanza of "Auspex"?It contrasts the image of the birds from the first stanza.
Which best describes the rhyme schemes in "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex"?The poems follow different rhyme schemes.
What does each stanza in "Auspex" show?the different stages of a natural process
The use of the words "stout and brave" suggests that "our hearts" areNOT: ferocious and fearless.
Read the quotation from "A Psalm of Life." Let the dead past bury its dead! What is the effect of the repetition of the word "dead" in this line?It reinforces the idea that one should live in the present, not in the past.
How does the second stanza of "Auspex" tie the first and third stanzas together?NOT: It resolves the crucial problem that is raised in the first and third stanzas.
Which best describes the tone shared by "A Psalm of Life" and "Auspex"?serious
Which is the best summary of Emerson's view of solitude expressed in Society and Solitude?NOT A. Spending time in solitude is preferable to spending time in society, and it is ultimately more beneficial.
Which statement best describes how the tone of Society and Solitude is different from the tone of Chapter I of Nature?Society and Solitude has a contemplative tone, while Nature has a more lyrical and whimsical tone
Which is the best summary of paragraph six of Chapter I of Nature?To experience nature at its fullest requires mental effort.
How does the relationship between "man and vegetable" described in paragraph five of Chapter I of Nature support the piece's central idea?NOT A. It indicates that a better relationship with the natural world would help improve human society.
How does Emerson relate independence and friendships in Society and SolitudeNOT B. He considers true independence impossible within a friendship
What attitude toward the stars does Emerson express in the first paragraph of Chapter I of Nature?He feels they represent awe-inspiring beauty.
Which statement would be included in a summary of the first paragraph of Chapter I of Nature?The stars at night are beautiful but sometimes unappreciated.
How is the concept of solitude portrayed in both Society and Solitude and Chapter I of Nature?Solitude is viewed as a source of strength.
Which statement best describes how the author's purpose differs in Chapter I of Nature and Society and Solitude?NOT A. Nature is an essay in praise of nature's sublimity, while Society and Solitude is an essay in praise of being alone.
According to the third paragraph of Chapter I of Nature, how does Emerson define the poet's view of nature?The poet sees something in nature that cannot be quantified.
In paragraphs three and four of "Where I Lived and What I Lived For" in Walden, how does Thoreau contrast the way he lives with the way others live?He believes his life to be extremely simple, and he believes others' lives to be needlessly complicated.
Read the excerpt from Walden. I am on the alert for the first signs of spring, to hear the chance note of some arriving bird, or the striped squirrel's chirp, for his stores must be now nearly exhausted, or see the woodchuck venture out of his winter quarters. How do the images in the excerpt relate to Thoreau's overall quest in Walden?NOT B. They demonstrate that Thoreau has a greater understanding of animals now than he used to have.
How does the progress of the last paragraph of "Where I Lived and What I Lived For" communicate the main idea of Walden?Thoreau moves from gazing at the water to burrowing into the earth, just as the excerpt shows a progress from observation to contemplation.
[A]s the sun arose, I saw it [the pond] throwing off its nightly clothing of mist, and here and there, by degrees, its soft ripples or its smooth reflecting surface was revealed, while the mists, like ghosts, were stealthily withdrawing in every direction into the woods, as at the breaking up of some nocturnal conventicle [secret meeting]. In the excerpt, Thoreau uses imagery to describefog slowly rising from the surface of the pond.
Standing on the snow-covered plain, as if in a pasture amid the hills, I cut my way first through a foot of snow, and then a foot of ice, and open a window under my feet, where, kneeling to drink, I look down into the quiet parlor of the fishes, pervaded by a softened light as through a window of ground glass, with its bright sanded floor the same as in summer; there a perennial waveless serenity reigns as in the amber twilight sky, corresponding to the cool and even temperament of the inhabitants. Heaven is under our feet is well as over our heads. Which best describes the purpose of the imagery in this excerpt?to illustrate the author's calm, contemplative mood
Based on the ideas in Walden, how would Thoreau most likely feel about recent advances in technology, such as cell phones and handheld computers?He would believe they were destructive to a person's thinking ability.
In the first paragraph of "Conclusion" in Walden, how does Thoreau explain his departure from the woods?He explains his departure as the movement from one part of his life to another.
In the second paragraph of "Spring" in Walden, how does the contrast of two time periods aid the development of a theme?NOT D. The feeling of happiness Thoreau describes at the changing of the seasons parallels his contentment as his self-knowledge grows.
Let us spend one day as deliberately as Nature, and not be thrown off the track by every nutshell and mosquito's wing that falls on the rails. Let us rise early and fast, or break fast, gently and without perturbation; let company come and let company go, let the bells ring and the children crydetermined to make a day of it. How does Thoreau use the imagery of bells in the excerpt?NOT A. The bells represent festivity.
Read the excerpt from a letter Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote while imprisoned in Birmingham Jail in 1963. One who breaks an unjust law must do so openly, lovingly, and with a willingness to accept the penalty. Based on his behavior in "Civil Disobedience," how would Thoreau most likely feel about King's statement?He would agree with King that one should engage in polictical protest peacefully.
Considering "Civil Disobedience," which best describes how Thoreau and Martin Luther King, Jr. both felt about acts of civil disobedience?They both believed that individuals have the right and the responsibility to protest unjust laws.
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