The Elizabethan Period refers to a specific time in England, when it was ruled by Queen Elizabeth I, around the 15th and 16th centuries. She was part of the Tudor dynasty and it is considered to be a big stage in English history. Among the etiquette related to begin a meal, there were three major factors: when the grace was said, when the salt cellar was placed, and when the lord greeted the guests. These are the correct answers.
We have two defining points in the continuum when it comes to satire and those are as stated Juvenalian and Horatian. They are based on the writings of two great Roman satirists Juvenal and Horace. Horace wrote with more amused understanding of truth and his is more wry amusement while Juvenal is more critical and wants to harshly criticize the issues.
Santiago uses birds and other fish to help him find big fish by when a tuna jumps out of the water the bird dives in for it. He gently moves toward the school of fish and soon feels a bite. He pulls the albacore in the boat and clubs him to death.
D. The speaker, having experienced adversity, regards hope in a positive light, as it
never asked anything of him/her
This question refers to Emily Dickinson's poem "Hope Is The Thing With Feathers".
In the poem, the author uses metaphor, or, more precisely, extended metaphor to compare hope to a bird. Sweet singing of the bird can be heard even in the biggest storms which suggests that hope is always there, even in the hardest periods in life.
The last stanza tells us that the bird can be seen everywhere (the chilliest land and the strangest see) but it (the bird) never asks for anything of us, not a single crumb.
That means that it's not an effort to hope for something, it doesn't cost us anything, it doesn't make us a problem. One should always hope and the bird will forever sing to us, not asking for anything in return.