A Coney Island of the Mind, Poems Short Answer Test - Answer Key

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1. In Poem 1, the author writes that in the paintings of Goya we see the people of the world when "they first attained the title of" what?

Suffering humanity.

2. In Poem 1, the author writes of false windmills and _____ roosters.

Demented.

3. In poem 2, where does the poet say "we" were sailing through the streets?

Demos.

4. What is in the bathtubs in Poem 2?

Elephants.

5. What are the "patriotic maidens" wearing in Poem 2?

Paper poppies.

6. What are the "gay cows" chanting in Poem 2?

Athenian anthems.

7. What is the literary allusion in Poem 2?

Walden.

8. In Poem 3, the poet writes, "its America with its ghost towns and empty ________."

Ellis islands.

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