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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What can the miracle that provides life provide in darkness?
(a) A map.
(b) Life lessons.
(c) Gentle direction.
2. Which of these words does the narrator use to describe the rain in 'Spring'?
(a) All of these.
3. What is the narrator doing in 'White Night'?
4. How many things does the narrator of 'Blackwater Woods' say a man must do in the world?
5. What wants to join with the narrator's legs in 'The Sea'?
(a) Her life.
(b) Her needs.
(c) Her thoughts.
(d) Her dreams.
6. What does the rising sun in 'Morning at Great Pond' make the night do?
(a) Bequeath its throne.
7. What do the leaves on the honey tree look like?
(b) Dark hair.
(c) Warning signs.
8. What holds the Bluefish quietly?
(a) The sky.
(b) The minnows.
(c) The glass.
(d) The sea.
9. What does the narrator of 'The Snakes' compare the snakes to?
(a) A choral piece.
(b) Leaves on the breeze.
(c) All of these.
(d) A matched team.
10. Why does the narrator say humpbacks sing?
(a) To show their inner-beauty.
(b) All of these.
(c) To communicate their desires.
(d) For reasons man cannot understand.
11. What kind of body does the narrator want in 'The Sea'?
12. What does the narrator of 'The Honey Tree' love as she climbs the honey tree?
(a) Her body.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her home.
13. What kills the fish in the poem, 'Fish'?
(a) The air.
(b) A boat.
(c) Another fish.
(d) The hook.
14. What swims in everyone in 'Blossom'?
(a) The moon.
(b) The Earth.
(c) The stars.
(d) The sun.
15. What kind of nuggets are found in 'Spring'?
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of animal is featured in 'Happiness'?
2. What flows through the branches of the plum trees?
3. What does the narrator of 'Humpbacks' compare the jumps of a humpback to?
4. What does the narrator of 'Blossom' say people long for before their death?
5. What provides spiritual honey to the narrator of 'May'?
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