AP English Literature: Work and Sleep

Lines 20-24 ("No one would…work and sleep") suggest that the brook

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which has been forced underneath the new city However in

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the last stanza she reveals that the Brook may have

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kept the city from both work and sleep suggesting that

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it still has influence even if it's you know buried

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six feet under It's like the beginning of a horror

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film The characters don't see anything but they know something's

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afoot right Like I know who you did last summer

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whatever that movie was So the answer's a maybe important

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even if it's not visible And the loser bowl well

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the Brook hasn't been a race from memory so get

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rid of be because the narrator is describing it and

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it's amazing strength and impulse cc There he seems resigned

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to the fact that it has been damned staunched at

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its source with cinder loads that say that three times

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fast with the list and fourth underground So get rid

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of D But he certainly thinks it's still in odds

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with the city So yeah get rid of G There's

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no equilibrium there So the answer is a on DH 00:01:34.78 --> [endTime] That's it We're done good luck on the test