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The Handicapped, Randolph Bourne, 1911

Bourne, Randolph. "The Handicapped." The Atlantic Monthly (1911): n. pag. A Ragged Edge Online. Web. 4 May 2016.

The author employs a metaphor "He does not cry for the moon" in lines 16-17 to convey


his personal desire to achieve anything he dreams.


the importance of providing opportunities for the handicapped.


the necessity of the acceptance of one's situation in life.


his determination to change the way others see him.


the danger of getting angry when one is treated prejudicially.

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