Review these lines from the poem "The Sun Has Long Been Set."
Who would "go parading"
In London, "and masquerading,"
On such a night of June
What do the words parading and masquerading suggest about the speaker's values?
He thinks all attempts to outshine nature are silly and pretentious.
He thinks city living has little to offer that is not fake and arrogant.
He thinks even London is beautiful on certain nights in June.
He thinks the nights in June offer many opportunities for nature's beauty.
Thu Feb 21 2019 13:08:23 GMT-0500 (EST)