AP English Literature: Describing Beaufort

The chief purpose of paragraph two (lines 10-24) and the speaker's description of Beaufort is to

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go to line ten there and we're going to mumble

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Just compound the marriage and prayer American are friendly way

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have been flourishing with both For it was a proud

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on betting with uniformly paid off his dad Therefore my

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father loved both for removing any bitterly shmoop They lost

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no time endeavoring thing man for the system All right

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so let's think about this What better way to prove

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someone's awesome character than to provide a foil that's the

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opposite of such awesomeness It sounds like a Disney film

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where the pots talk And what kettle saying That's what

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the speaker appears to be doing here with both for

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its weak character who succumbs to pride and misfortune Enter

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Prince Charming with such low expectations coming from one character

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while the other looks super grade by comparison yes the

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answer is a provided foil through the speakers Father there

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And we heart Aluminum That's our choice all right we'll

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lose a ball before Isn't the setting So get rid

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of being while a comparison can be made involving the

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speaker's father Well that isn't the most accurate interpretation of

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the character So get rid of seek The main purpose

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of the Paragraph two is to establish a comprehensive look

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at both for any details involving for shadowing about a

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marriage or death Well they're just a offshoot So get

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rid of DeNeen answers eh It's aluminum far