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In "The Bat-Poet," why doesn't the little brown bat think that the other bats are a very good audience when he recites his poem for them?

A. The other bats appreciate only the technical aspects of the poem...

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In "The Bat-Poet," why doesn't the little brown bat think that the other bats are a very good audience when he recites his poem for them?

A. The other bats appreciate only the technical aspects of the poem.
B. The other bats fall asleep before he is finished reciting the poem.
C. The other bats tell him that they could write better than him.
D. The other bats interrupt him to ask many questions.

Answer

D. The other bats interrupt him to ask many questions.

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