Dedication - X
1. In his dedication, Neruda says that poets before him have written sonnets whose rhymes are like crystal or cannon fire. What does Neruda say his poems are made of?
2. In Sonnet I, what image does Neruda NOT use to describe Matilde's name?
(a) A rock.
(b) A plant.
(c) A wine.
(d) A castle.
3. In Sonnet II, Neruda laments that his path to Matilde has been long and lonely. What two obstacles does Neruda say divide him and Matilde?
(a) Anger and loneliness.
(b) Rivers and mountains.
(c) Trains and nations.
(d) Oceans and ships.
4. In Sonnet II, what ultimately brings Neruda and Matilde together?
(a) The country.
(b) Their love.
(c) Their loneliness.
5. In Sonnet III, Neruda compares "Bitter love" to what two objects?
(a) A hole and a trap.
(b) A drink and a broken glass.
(c) Knives and a lion.
(d) Thorns and a spear.
6. In Sonnet III, what words does Neruda use to describe love?
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