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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Section 2.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the poem "I Put My Mouth," what does the narrator tell the stream and wind they will not find?
2. In the poem "To Write One Song," where does the narrator go so that he can write a sad song?
(a) The cemetery.
(b) His house.
(c) The forest.
(d) The train station.
3. In the poem "Waiting for Breakfast," what is the female character doing?
(a) Brushing her hair.
(b) Making toast.
(c) Reading the newspaper.
(d) Turning on the stove.
4. In the poem "Morning Has Spread Again," how many times has the narrator and his subject met?
(a) Fewer than six times.
(b) Every day.
(c) More than five times.
(d) He has known her his whole life.
5. What season does the poem "Coming" discuss?
Short Answer Questions
1. In the poem "Wants," what does the narrator want more than anything?
2. What emotion does the narrator of the poem "Wedding-Wind" feel?
3. Finish this line from the poem "No Road": "Since we agreed to let the road between us ___________."
4. In the poem "Kick Up the Fire," what causes instantaneous grief?
5. What instrument is mentioned in the poem "Reasons for Attendance"?
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