Read this stanza from "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe.Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary,Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten loreWhile I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping,As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door."'Tis some visitor," I muttered, "tapping at my chamber doorOnly this and nothing more."How does what happens in this stanza propel the action in the poem?It establishes why Lenore has left the speaker alone.It gives the speaker a reason to speak to the raven.It resolves the main conflict of the story.It introduces the story and sets up the coming events.
What is the slope between these two points (1,2) and (4,4)?Write the equation for the line with a slope of 1/4 and an x-intercept of (-4,0)An L-shaped polygon is shown on the coordinate grid that is scaled by 1s on each axis.What are the coordinates of the point (1, 2) after the polygon is dilated by 3? (1st picture)Find the slope of the graph (each axis is scaled by 1) (2nd picture)Determine the slope or rate of change of the table: (3rd picture)A square with sides of length eight units, sits on a graph with its lower left hand corner at the origin (0,0). This square is translated five units up, and seven units left. What are the coordinates of the upper right hand corner after translation? ILL GIVE BRAINLIEST PLSSS I NEED THESE ASAP
To pray for others is a work of charity, as we have said above. Hence we are bound to pray for our enemies in the same way as we are bound to love them. We have already explained, in the Treatise on Charity, in what sense we are bound to love our enemies; namely, that we are bound to love their nature, not their fault; and that to love our enemies in general is of precept; to love them, however, individually, is not of precept save in the sense of being prepared to do so; a man, for instance, is bound to be ready to love an individual enemy and to help him in case of necessity, or if he comes to seek his pardon. But absolutely to love our individual enemies, and to assist them, belongs to perfection.On Prayer and the Contemplative Life,Thomas AquinasWhich statement best summarizes the central idea of the passage?People should forgive others.People should pray for their enemies.People should look for the good in others.People should love and help their enemies.
Why was the Battle of Gettysburg a turning point in the Civil War?A. The outcome convinced European nations to help the Confederacy.B. Southern troops reached their northernmost point in Union territory.C. It triggered a four-day draft riot in New York City.D. General Lee lost so many troops that he never invaded the North again.