1. In "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock", it is said that the women "come and go, talking of" whom?
2. What Shakespearean character does Prufrock say he is not?
(c) Henry Bolingbroke.
3. How does Prufrock say he shall wear the bottoms of his trousers?
4. The speaker in "Portrait of a Lady" states that his auditor would have the "scene arrange itself" among the smoke and fog of an afternoon in what month?
5. The "voice" in the second part of "Portrait of a Lady" says that her auditor, the poem's speaker, has no what?
(a) Winged foot.
(b) Achilles' heel.
(c) Elysian hope.
(d) Petrarchan mind.
6. What does the poem's speaker ask if he has the right to do at the very end of "Portrait of a Lady"?
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