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in william cowper’s “the nightingale and the glowworm,” the lines, “the songster heard this short oration/and warbling out his approbation,” are descriptions giving the nightingale human characteristics.
a. a logical
b. a moral
c. a personified
d. a sound-driven
'i stand here ironing’ was written by tillie olsen. it is a popular short story published in 1961.
the story is told in the first person point of view. the most important point of view in the story is emily's mother. she is remarried and she is a mother of five children. however, in the story, she speaks emily, her first child. through her words, we can percive how it is that the mother wanted a better life for emily. but, as dhe sees it, lige is difficult for them because they are poor and they face some other negative experiences.
the correct option is option a "she puts the needs of others before her own".
in this short and masterfully written excerpt, the author does an excellent job introducing the depths of the character of ruth by giving away just a few crucial details.
ruth checks up on her husband who is getting up, without calling attention to herself. immediately after, she returns to the kitchen, wiping her face and fixing her hair in an attempt to hide her exhaustion and go on with her duties.
this description paints a clear picture of a woman that is putting the needs of others before her own. that is the strongest sense we take away from the excerpt.
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in william cowper’s “the nightingale and the glowwor...