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13 January, 09:15

In the last stanza of "Dover Beach" by Matthew Arnold, what does the speaker say that he and his love should do?

A. They should be true to one another.

B. They should forget Dover Beach.

C. They should fight the ignorant armies.

D. They should swim in the Sea of Faith.

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  1. 13 January, 10:25
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    The correct answer is A.

    In the last stanza of "Dover Beach," Arnold talks about the falseness of the world: how everything appears to be beautiful and new but is truly empty of love and joy and light.

    However, the speaker asks his lover that, even in that world of deceit, they should be true to one another
  2. 13 January, 11:13
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    A. They should be true to one another.
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