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Comparing Pride and Humility: Contrasting the Peacock with the Trees


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Question: Which statement best explains how the peacock in Passage 1 is different from the trees in Passage 2? The peacock searches to find beauty, whereas the trees do not. The peacock desires more than what he has, whereas the trees do not. The peacock is ashamed of his ancestry, but the trees are proud of theirs. The peacock is proud, whereas the trees are humble.

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As an AI, I am unable to directly refer to or analyze the passages you've listed because the passages you're referring to weren't provided in your request. However based on the typical behaviors of peacocks and trees mentioned in literature, the difference could be something related to the conscious emotions and desires (e.g., pride, shame, desire for more) that can be attributed to peacocks(animals), while trees, as non-sentient beings, are often depicted without these conscious emotions or aspirations. In order to provide a more accurate answer, could you please provide the passages for review?

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April 11, 2024, 7:17 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, April 11, 2024

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