What is the author's claim in "Blaxicans
Richard Rodriguez “Blaxicans and Other Reinvented Americans” Rodriguez makes the point that ethnicity has nothing to do with race. He says that a person can choose their ethinicty based on the way the want to act and on the things they like and value. ... It is a term used by Americans used to describe someone.
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Which best describes the effect of the rhyme of lines 1 and 3 in this excerpt? The rhyming words "fate" and "hate" emphasize the pilot's sense of duty. The rhyming words "fate" and "hate" connect the pilot's fate to his emotions. The rhyming words "fate" and "hate" establish the pilot's Irish nationality. The rhyming words "fate" and "hate" stress the pilot's desire to go home.
Excerpt: I know that I shall meet my fate Somewhere among the clouds above; Those that I fight I do not hate Those that I guard I do not love;
Answer:The rhyming words "fate" and "hate" connect the pilot's fate to his emotions.
This is an excerpt from "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death" by Irish poet William Butler Yeats and those rhyming words are connecting the pilot's fate.
Also, in William Yeats artwork we have more rhyme patterns like this(ABAB) and that are the words from 2 and 4 lines. Those are above and love but the words from your question are ones that are referring to pilot's emotions.
His poem is written in 1918 and published in 1919 year.
Other rhyme schemes that we can find in his poem are CDCD, EFEF and GHGH with Iambic tetrameter.
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In the passage, crusoe compares money to a drug. explain some ways in which money was like a drug to crusoe before being shipwrecked. then, analyze the tone of the passage, and explain how the comparison helps create that tone. support your response with specific details from the passage.
Crusoe believes that money is like a drug for several reasons. Before the shipwreck, Crusoe does not seem to be motivated by any force outside of himself. He is not close to his family, and seems almots incapable of deep feelings. Moreover, his qualities, although admirable, are always directed towards his personal success and individual accomplishments, one of this being making a fortune. Although Crusoe claims not to care much about money, he is constantly driven by the pursuit of it. In this way, Crusoe is like an addict, and money is like a drug.