Question 2 of 5Whose grave does the speaker pass in Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘712’(‘Because I could not stop for Death’)?A. A child’sB.

Question 2 of 5 Whose grave does the speaker pass in Emily Dickinson's poem "712"
("Because I could not stop for Death")?
A. A child's
B. Her lover's
C. Her own
O D. A horse's
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  1. the correct answer option for this is: false.

    explanation:

    we are given the following statement 'hawthorne thought of himself as a novelist' which is false.

    the truth is that nathaniel hawthorne thought of himself as a romancer, rather than a novelist.

    though it is ironic of him of him to consider himself a romancer rather than a novelist despite of the innocent women killings in the salem witch trials which occurred in colonial massachusetts between 1692 and 1693 .

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