the answer is: None of this are correct.
Because in his own way Mr Flood could be considered a brave hero who does things admirable, taking into account that He seeks to create some meaning out of a meaningless world through his songs.
The only characteristic of Mr. Flood from the options Is:
A brave hero
At some point in the text, Mr. flood is described as a bold hero. Bold is a concept used to define something very strong or defined that can't be countered with easiness. He also has insight and is a very wise person that once was very admired by his friends. Again, let us know that Mr. Flood was a respectable hero.
B. The arrival of the shipwrecked passengers has opened her eyes to life's great possibilities.
Miranda, one of the main characters from The Tempest, is a young woman who has lived in the island her whole life. Her only companions have been her father, Prospero, and the magical creatures Ariel and Caliban. Miranda utters this line when she sees all the shipwrecked passengers. She had never seen men like this before, and she is amazed. This has made her realize that there are many things in the world she has never experienced, and she is now aware of all these possibilities.
I believe Percy is a complex character as he has so many things happening in his life.
it means that a person is brave enough to do anything because it is compared to a lion . Lion's are very strong animals who hunt and they are not scared of anything. SO if you are compared to a lion it means you are very brave.
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Question 7: according to the MLA citation style, the correct answer for an in-text citation is (Lee 47).
Question 8: One possible theme of Neruda's "We Are Many" is Learning to be at ease with oneself can be difficult. Neruda deals with the complexity of one's identity, its multiple layers and how trying to be coherent with oneself everytime can result in difficulty to be at ease wih oneself.
Question 9: Neruda says aboyt himself that He is many different traits within one person, as is everyone, and that those different aspects of our personalities are like travelling to different lands and different cultures. This answer is related to the previos one in question 8. Also, the references to "geography of self" are self-explanatory.
Question 10: The element that is not required in an introductory paragraph is Specific details. The introductory paragraph should startwith a hook that keeps the interest of the reader. You should also state your theses, what you are going to write about and with elements that allows the transition between the different arguments that support the thesis. However, you should not give specific details since those are going to be developed in the body of the essay.
Question 11: according to the MLA citation style, the bibliography entry would be the first one. Neruda, Pablo. "We Are Many." We Are Manym translated by Alastair Reid, Cape Goliard Press Ltd., pp12-13.
Question 12: in the first three stanzas of "We Are Many", Neruda shows himself as Foolish and cowardly. Dealing with the different layers of identity, Neruda shows that even though he wants to seem a brave and smart person, it is usually the other aspects that are shown.When he tries to be btter, it seems that another person comes out.
Question 13: Neruda's purpose is to encourage others not to be so hard on themselves as he has always been. The poem tries to convey the idea that you should accept the complexity of your identity and come to terms with it instead of bein so hard on you, since it can lead to suffering.
The poem “We Are Many” is written by Pablo Neruda. In this poem he describes how he has many different characters. He is not particularly proud of these characters, especially in the beginning of the poem.
Question: In the first three stanzas of "We Are Many," how does Neruda see himself?
C. foolish and cowardly
The right answer is the following:
Foolish and cowardly
We can notice that reading an extract from the poem that I have reported below:
“When I think I am clever, the fool in me speaks. When I am ready to be courageous, a thousand reservations reveal the coward that I also am.”
Neruda is looking for something in the others person that he couldn’t find in himself , it’s like a lack of something that he sees in other people and he admires it. The title “We are many” refers to this concept too, he quite often ask for how many different “I” are within himself and it is a clear example of the influence of the others in our lives. How the others can be part of our unconscious behavior.
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Mere basically means smallest and slightest chance of something happening