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In his journeys, the speaker in “The Wanderer” learned many lessons. He talks about one of the lessons in lines 12–13, when he says I know it truly / that it is in men a noble custom That one should keep secure / his spirit chest (mind) Why does the speaker believe this, and how has this belief shaped his actions? Answer these questions in a one- to two-paragraph written response. Be sure to support your ideas with evidence from the poem.


I am not allowed nor am I willing to type it for you, did you start working on this? If so please paste what you have so far so I can see it and perhaps suggest some additions to it c:

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