1. The first of Emily Dickinson's poems is a cry for a single man to choose what for himself?
2. Emily attempts to convince the man that being single is _________ in Poem 1?
3. What does Emily talk about in Poem 23?
4. In Poem 23, the author hopes that "he" finds no comfort where he is until he chooses to __________.
5. In what voice does the poet write in Poem 47?
6. What is the poet speaking to in Poem 48?
7. In Poem 61, Emily writes a humorous epitaph for a mouse that has been killed by a ____.
8. In Poem 61, Emily requests God prepare the mouse a _____ in heaven in which to pass eternity.
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