Read these lines from emily dickinson's "a book": there is no frigate like a book to take us lands away, nor any coursers like a page of prancing poetry. this traverse may the poorest take without oppress of toll; how frugal is the chariot that bears a human soul! in "a book," dickinson compares reading to
The answer is A: a voyage.
In this poem, Emily Dickinson is comparing reading to a voyage, to travelling, by making it seem that reading is like embarking a strong and powerful vessel (the frigate) towards unknown places; or like riding a beautiful horse (the coursers) across a lovely field (poetry); and all of this without any cost or harm to the reader (anyone can read and embark on this wonderful trip).
A) A voyage
and 2. is also A. time and place of the play.
C.adventure and freedom
soul beacuse she is saying human soul
The answer is. A. human soul.
In the excerpt given above, the author describe a book as a mean of passage which one can use to go to any place in the world and it is described as the cheapest mean of travelling. What the author is saying in essence is that, through reading of books, one can liberate one's mind and soul [that is freedom] and one can enjoy reading and getting experience about so many thing [that is adventure].
In English literature a connotative meaning refers to a commonly understood cultural association that some word carries in addition to its literal meaning. For instance, reading books is associated with enlightment.
write a five paragraph essay, you were taught to have three body paragraphs. a university essay is more flexible than that, depending on its length and on what it is trying to say. a short university essay may have three body paragraphs, but it may have more.