A. An identical rhyme structure
B. The belief that a person is incapable of change, even as he or she ages
C. The sense of hope that death will come soon D. A shared theme that nature exposes the pain in human life
A. It reiterates the class divisions that kept both men and women from social mobility.
B. It suggests that women were increasingly accepted as professionals.
C. It indicates that British society had become much more egalitarian.
D. It reveals the stern consequences of the Industrial Revolution.
A. They enabled discussion about important literary texts.
B. They created a space for the exchange of pamphlets.
C. They offered people a private place in which they could plan political revolts. D. Both A and B
A. His Promethean striving to exceed human limitations as explored by Byron and Percy Shelley
B. Its suggestion that the natural order has laws beyond human control
C. His desire to create a political revolution D. Both A and B
A. it thematizes the importance of choosing action over complacency.
B. it reflects a Victorian attitude of continuing to fight against loss of hope or faith.
C. it uses Greek mythology to comment on contemporary questions. D. it emphasizes the internal life of the mind over social action.