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15 Cards in this Set

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According to the writer, women are all too often trained to be
merely decorative
Women should avoid traditionally masculine behaviors such as
hunting and gambling
throughout the essay, she argues that women are
capable of reason
marriages are most successful when based on
respect and friendship
tat the chief source of misery in her society is the
neglect of womens education
a comparison repeated in various ways throughout the essay draws prallels between women and
hothouse flowers
the tone of this essay can be best described as
which of the following is not a reason she gives in support of her thesis?
Men have to spend a lot of money to keep their wives well dressed
she concludes by urging a change in thinking to prevent women from being viewed as
beautiful flaws in nature
in "the world is too much with us" the speaker wishes to be
A pagan, or one who follows an ancient religion
In "It is a beauteous evening, calm and free" the speaker talks directly to
a child
in "my heart leaps up" the speaker beleives that
bature should be viewed with childlike wonder
early in the poem "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey" Wordsworth admires the choutry around Tintern Abbey for its
natural beauty
In the "world is too much with us" the poet laments that people are out of tune with
Since his last visit to Tintern Abbey, the poet feels he has
come to view nature in a more mature way