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  1. The Inferno excerpt introduces a mood of boldness that Eliot continues throughout the poem.

    Explanation:

    The use of the words 'never from this depth', and 'without the fear of infamy I answer' indicates a fearlessness or boldness from the text. There is no hint of enthusiasm or shame as indicated by the other options.

  2. Explanation:

    in·ferno

    1.

    a large fire that is dangerously out of control.

    "the inferno had swept through the city

  3. a place or a state that resembles or suggests hell the inferno of war also : an intense fire : conflagration a raging inferno.

    Explanation:

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  4. The inferno excerpt introduces a mood of boldness that Elliot continues throughout the poem. sorry I only know that one to be true and correct. hope it helps .

  5. The Inferno exceprt introduces a mood of boldness that Eliot continues throughout the poem.

    Explanation:

    The use of the words 'never from this depth', and 'without the fear of infamy I answer' indictes a fearlessness or boldness from the text. There is no hint of enthusiam or shame as indicated by the other options.

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