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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the final stanza of Echo, the speaker's life is described as being cold in what?
2. Where does the great lord first see cousin Kate in the poem of the same name?
(a) At the local market.
(b) At her father's gate.
(c) At her grandfather's estate.
(d) At her coming out ball.
3. What potentially causes the May flowers to wither in Winter: My Secret?
(a) Too little sun.
(b) Heavy snow.
(c) A frost.
(d) A lack of rain.
4. What does one want, according to the speaker in the second stanza of Winter: My Secret, on a "nipping day, a biting day"?
(a) A wrap.
(b) A fire.
(c) A house.
(d) A lover.
5. Who accompanies Gertrude and helps her with her large load of apples in An Apple Gathering?
6. In what line does the poem turn from an exposition to a resolution in Remember?
(a) The 4th line.
(b) The 13th line.
(c) The 7th line.
(d) The 9th line.
7. Upon what does the poem's speaker's head rest in After Death?
(a) The bosom of her lover.
(b) A tree's root.
(c) A mossy rock.
8. Of what has the poem's auditor planned in Remember?
(a) The future.
(b) A book.
(c) A trip to Italy.
(d) His death.
9. To what is Maude Clare compared in the first stanza of Maude Clare?
(a) A badger.
(b) A dove.
(c) A queen.
(d) A village maid.
10. The speaker says in the second stanza of Winter: My Secret that she cannot open to everyone who does what?
(d) Passes by.
11. What phrase is uttered by the man who leans over the poem's speaker in After Death?
(a) "Death has done us part."
(b) "Poor child, poor child."
(c) "Why will you not wake?"
(d) "Alas, my love is gone."
12. In what is cousin Kate's love writ in the poem of the same name?
13. What is the present given to the poem's lordly subject by Maude Clare in the poem of the same name?
(a) A fickle heart.
(b) A marriage bed.
(c) A cluster of lilies.
(d) Half of a golden chain.
14. What does the speaker in the first poem entitled Song say ought to be given to her?
15. In At Home, what is the topic of conversation for those yet living?
(d) The mountains.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the final stanza of A Summer Wish, where are the birds said to take their night rest?
2. For what purpose does the speaker of A Summer Wish believe the rose is chiefly meant?
3. In Dream Land, what bird does the poem's subject hear singing?
4. What creeps through the lattice near the poem's speaker in After Death?
5. In what metal ought the fleurs-de-lys be worked in A Birthday?
This section contains 480 words
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