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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happens to the golden fruit in summer, as said in the fourth stanza of Winter: My Secret?
(a) It is plucked in its delicacy.
(b) It drops overripe to the ground.
(c) It ripens to excess.
(d) It is eaten ravenously.
2. To what is Maude Clare compared in the first stanza of Maude Clare?
(a) A queen.
(b) A village maid.
(c) A badger.
(d) A dove.
3. What does the speaker in the first poem entitled Song say ought to be placed on her own grave?
4. In the first line of Echo, the speaker demands that her auditor come to her in the silence of the what?
5. In what is cousin Kate's love writ in the poem of the same name?
6. At what time does the rose drop down its dew in A Summer Wish?
7. What color blossoms does the poem's speaker pick from her apple tree in An Apple Gathering?
8. What lyrical form of poem is Remember?
(a) An ode.
(b) A limerick.
(c) A villanelle.
(d) A sonnet.
9. In the final stanza of A Summer Wish, where are the birds said to rejoice?
(a) In the sun.
(b) In the wind.
(c) In the stream.
(d) In the trees.
10. At what hour does the sun scorch up the world in Spring?
(a) The setting hour.
(c) Two in the afternoon.
(d) The dawning hour.
11. What might the poem's speaker have been instead of an "unclean thing" in Cousin Kate?
(a) A lover.
(b) A wife.
(c) A virgin.
(d) A dove.
12. At what hour do the lives of those yet living stand full in At Home?
13. What is a halcyon sea as used in A Birthday?
(a) A place which surrounds with peace and happiness.
(b) A place that induces a trance.
(c) A sea full of fish.
(d) A sea filled with whirlpools.
14. In At Home, what is the topic of conversation for those yet living?
(c) The mountains.
15. Whose wings does God guide in Spring?
(a) The bright-eyed eagles'.
(b) The dipping martins'.
(c) The cleft swallows'.
(d) The vibrant cardinals'.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the poem's speaker have that cousin Kate does not in the poem of the same name?
2. What is the present given to the poem's lordly subject by Maude Clare in the poem of the same name?
3. What do the neighbors call the poem's speaker in the 4th stanza of Cousin Kate?
4. To which of the following does the poem's speaker insist the bird should sing in A Summer Wish?
5. In the second stanza of Echo, the speaker says that the dream's wakening should have been in what location?
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