There was a lot of interesting advice given and received in these poems. What are some examples of this advice, and what were the consequences of it?
Diversity was a major theme in this book as many different lifestyles and ranks in society were described. How was this theme shown in this book, and why do you think the author felt it was so important?
What were some of the questions asked in 'The Gardens' and how did their unanswered status affect the tone of the poem?
Some of these poems alluded to Oliver's belief in God and her religious views. How did this this religious center affect the tone of the poems and the messages being presented in them?
Through these poems, Oliver presented a very interesting and unique philosophy on life. What was this philosophy, and how did this different idealism affect the tone of her...
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