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What does the opening line of the poem mean? sonnet29​

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  • Réponse publiée par: batopusong81

    stitch

    Explanation:

    because it's describes one line of poetry

  • Réponse publiée par: brianneaudreyvuy

    The opening line of the poem “Sonnet 29” by George Santayana means that the narrator of the poem is questioning the reasons of why this person believes the narrator is “poor” and “sad.” The narrator does not believe at all that he is poor or sad and is defending himself regarding this.

  • Réponse publiée par: ian2145

    ~ the opening line of poem "sonnet 29" by:george santayana means,that the narrator of the poem is questioning the reasons of why this person believes the narrator is "poor" and"sad".the narrator does not believe at all that he is poor or sad and his defending hemself regarding this..

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  • Réponse publiée par: elishakim80
    First off, he is asking the person to define the true meaning of riches and explain why he or she believes they are rich while he is deemed poor. In reality, being considered rich is a subjective state. One person’s richness is another person’s poverty. For example, an individual who has had a harsh, deprived life, and who suddenly acquires a modest influx of funds to be able to purchase a very used car may consider themselves now rich and blessed. To an affluent observer however, this person is poor and in a somewhat wretched state and this person would never want to be in this situation.
  • Réponse publiée par: batopusong81
    Sonnet 29 By George Santayana. ... The opening line of the poem “Sonnet 29” by George Santayana means that the narrator of the poem is questioning the reasons of why this person believes the narrator is “poor” and “sad.” The narrator does not believe at all that he is poor or sad and is defending himself regarding this.
  • Réponse publiée par: smith21
    The opening line of the poem “Sonnet 29” by George Santayana means that the narrator of the poem is questioning the reasons of why this person believes the narrator is “poor” and “sad.” The narrator does not believe at all that he is poor or sad and is defending himself regarding this.
  • Réponse publiée par: mildredjingpacpavhvg
    Title or pamagat that is a thing that is doon palang sa pamagat alam mo na kung about saan yung story
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