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24 June, 22:39

The speaker in "Harlem" contemplates

a. the outcome of people's hatred

b. the fate of aspirations that are unrealized.

c. the result of heavy labor in extreme conditions.

d. the consequences of childhood neglect.

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  1. 24 June, 23:54
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    The speaker in "Harlem" contemplates the fate of aspiration that is unrealized.

    Answer: B

    Explanation

    The poem discusses a dream that is lost for most American African form the least marginalized areas.

    In this case, the poet shows pain to people who had goals, but they have never realized them.

    Their dreams have never been full filed, but they are only dry.

    Due to this fact they have become so painful like flowing river that will never dry up. And because of this, they are alone living in fate
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