again is the answer
for example, I reread the book
The slant rhyme in the fourth stanza (second and fourth lines) relies on what sound type? Or rather – He passed Us –
The Dews drew quivering and Chill –
For only Gossamer, my Gown –
My Tippet – only Tulle –
Which two parts of this excerpt from "Hell-Heaven" by Jhumpa Lahiri most clearly show the mother's astonishment at how Pranab Kaku's Bengali heritage was underrepresented at the wedding? My mother was shocked that fewer than thirty people had been invited, and she was more perplexed than honored that, of all the Bengalis Pranab Kaku knew by then, we were the only ones on the list. At the wedding, we sat, like the other guests, first on the hard wooden pews of the church and then at a long table that had been set up for lunch. Though we were the closest thing Pranab Kaku had to a family that day, we were not included in the group photographs that were taken on the grounds of the country club, with Deborah's parents and grandparents and her many siblings, and neither my mother nor my father got up to make a toast. My mother did not appreciate the fact that Deborah had made sure that my parents, who did not eat beef, were given fish instead of filet mignon like everyone else.
What is the Wife's tone as she narrates the knight's wedding night? How does her tone influence reader's view of this scene?
The wife`s tone as she narrates the knight`s wedding night is a straightforward tone, she is not angry about her husband rudness, on the contrary she is calm and collected. She also uses a reflective and understanding tone as she understand the truth very well and she is able reflect the real side of things. She influence reader`s view since she act very patient and showing no feelings, with this the autor suggests that it is natural for women to act as objects for mans pleasure.
Lago accuses Cassio of putting on a false appearance to gain his own ends. Why is this accusation an example of dramatic irony?
Iago hates Othello because Othello passed him over for a promotion, and gave the lieutenant job to Michael Cassio. This provokes Iago's jealousy, and throughout the whole play, he uses other people's weaknesses to achieve his great goal - to take revenge on Othello.
This accusation is a clear example of dramatic irony - Iago accuses Cassio of putting on a false appearance to gain his own ends, while he is the one who actually deceives others all the time.