The correct answer is option D. "Burning Prospero’s books". In "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare Caliban proposes to kill Prospero in order to become king of the Island. He discusses with Stephano and Trinculo that they must steal Prospero's books and burn them while he sleeps. By doing so, Prospero would lose all his powers and he would be vulnerable.
Answer: B. Jupiter
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My dad, Mike and I were vacationing on Nantucket Island, off the coast of Massachusetts. We had left home, which is Concord new Hampshire and had arrived at the ferry boat, Nantucket queen. The next day we rented a boat and sailed into Greber's Bay. The voices of other sailors, the sound of the water beneath us, and the flapping of the overhead sails were pleasant. Suddenly the peaceful scene was interrupted by shouts from another boat that had turned and was heading right into us. "Watch out!", two men yelled excitedly. "We've lost control of our boat! Grab the tiller, John!" Dad yelled to me. "Pull it toward you when I give the signal." "All right, Dad," I responded. Dad grabbed the sail and as he adjusted it, he yelled at me, "Now, John! Pull back." I did what he said not a moment too soon. Whew! What a narrow escape. The other boat passed within twenty two inches of ours.
D. The use of repetition creates a strong link in the listeners minds between Clark Jefferson and negative things. (apex)
go past the limits of
The verb "to exceed" has two meanings: to be greater or superior in number or size than something else, or to go past or beyond the limits of something. The definition that best completes the sentence is the second one because if we were to replace "exceed" with "go past the limits of", the sentence would still make sense: If the river goes past the limits of its banks, it will flood the town.
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Connotation is the utilization of a word to recommend an unexpected relationship in comparison to its strict importance, which is known as meaning.
The word which identifies the most negative connotation is to becomming first woman in her family to graduate college.
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