please help it is for english and the article is Sonnet XVII !!!! question 1: PART A: Which statement best expresses the theme o
f this poem? A Love can be a destructive force. B True love is inexplicable and boundless. C When you are in love, you don’t need anyone or anything else. D Love is always beautiful and positive. question 2: PART B: Which line from the poem best supports the answer to Part A? A “I love you as certain dark things are to be loved” (Line 3) B “I love you as the plant that never blooms” (Line 5) C “I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where” (Line 9) D “Where I does not exist, nor you” (Line 12) question 3: At the beginning of the third stanza, the tone of this poem becomes more... A urgent and passionate. B peaceful and intimate. C hopeless and dismayed. D vexed and contemptuous. question 4: The speaker juxtaposes the ways they do and do not love their subject in this poem. How does this emphasize the theme of Sonnet XVII?
1) the correct answer is B True love is inexplicable and boundless.
2) the correct answer is C “I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where” (Line 9).
3) the correct answer is A urgent and passionate.
4) At the beginning of the poem, he says why he does not love her. He doesn't love her as if she was a salt-rose, topaz, or carnation, but he loves her as if she was a plant that does not bloom. This means that he does not love her superficially, but he loves her deeply for who she is on the inside.
Flowers are beautiful things that everyone admires, but no one would admire a flower that doesn’t bloom because they could not see the beauty that it contains.
Mary Shelley is an an author who is best known for her horror novel Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus. As a child, Mary Shelley <span>entertained herself by writing stories and making up characters. Scribbling and writing stories was her favorite pastime. The answer for this would be option C. Hope this answer helps.</span>
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