The clearest theme in “The Leap” is presented by the title itself, that of bridging gaps, making connections between things. Physical, temporal, and emotional connections provide a thread that runs through the story. The most obvious are the two physical leaps made by Anna, as a trapeze artist, to save herself and her children from fire.
Please mark brainliest.
<span>The specific clues that
describe the end rhyme from suggested options are: rhyme that Poe used and line
end. First option is they clue that can define the end rhyme because it was the
“only one of the rhyming devices Poe has used” and the second one because it represents
the place of the rhyme (rhyme is at the end of the line).</span>
Answer: "That book...", "the contestants...", and "in my house...."
just did it on edge