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Question
To which species is Sylvia Plath likely to be referring to in this fragment:
"From that pale mist
Ghost swore to priest:
'There sits no higher court
Than man's red heart.' "?
Answer
[Homo sapiens]

Question
To which species is Sylvia Plath likely to be referring to in this fragment:
"From that pale mist
Ghost swore to priest:
'There sits no higher court
Than man's red heart.' "?
Answer
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Question
To which species is Sylvia Plath likely to be referring to in this fragment:
"From that pale mist
Ghost swore to priest:
'There sits no higher court
Than man's red heart.' "?
Answer
[Homo sapiens]
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Dialogue Between Ghost and Priest - Sylvia Plath
bbornness-- A soul grown feverish, clutching its dead body-tree Like a last storm-crossed leaf? Best get you gone To judgment in a higher court of grace. Repent, depart, before God's trump-crack splits the sky.' <span>From that pale mist Ghost swore to priest: 'There sits no higher court Than man's red heart.' Home Poets <span><body><html>

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