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"A birch may wear no less the morning / Than an oak." (lines 7–8)

"In which each tree / Is kingly in its heritage of grace." (lines 11–12)

- “A birch may wear no less the morning / Than an oak.” (lines 7–8) - “In which each tree / Is kingly in its heritage of grace.” (lines 11–12)

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Question: Which two sets of lines from Passage 2 attribute human qualities to trees? “A birch may wear no less the morning / Than an oak.” (lines 7–8) “Here are no heirlooms / Save those of loveliness,” (lines 9–10) “In which each tree / Is kingly in its heritage of grace.” (lines 11–12) “In the rainbow— / The sunlight— / And the lilac-haunted rain;” (lines 18–20) “And bread will come to them / As beauty came:” (lines 21–22)

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The two sets of lines that attribute human qualities to trees are: “A birch may wear no less the morning / Than an oak.” (lines 7–8) and “Here are no heirlooms / Save those of loveliness,” (lines 9–10) The first set attributes the human quality of wearing something to the birch and oak trees. The second set gives trees the ability to possess heirlooms, which is a human attribute as typically only humans possess and pass down heirlooms.

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April 11, 2024, 7:13 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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