What significance does the repetition of the word raga have in this excerpt from "Unanimity Has Been Achieved, Not a Dot Less for Its Accidentalness" by Bob Kaufman? Raga of lip, raga of brass, raga of ultimate come with yesterday, raga of a parched tongue-walked lip, raga of yellow, raga of mellow, raga of new, raga of old, raga of blue, raga of gold, raga of air spinning into itself A. It serves as a musical and rhythmic component that connects key ideas in the poem. B. It represents a spiritual force the speaker believes everyone shares. C. It signifies the recurring injustices that the US government performs on society. D. It is the aesthetic force used to connect concepts such as "yellow," "gold," and "blue." @beanthemachine
The significance that the repetition of the word raga has in this excerpt s that A. it serves as a musical and rhythmic component that connects key ideas in the poem. The author states what raga is by repeating that same word over and over again, but with different descriptions and connotations. The word connects everything in the poem and creates this unified message.
the correct answer is A because it serves a musical and rhythmic component that connects key ideas in the poem