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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Like what flower does one of the women singing of love bloom like in A Triad?
(a) A gardenia.
(b) A rose.
(c) A hyacinth.
(d) A tulip.
2. To what is Maude Clare compared in the first stanza of Maude Clare?
(a) A queen.
(b) A badger.
(c) A village maid.
(d) A dove.
3. In what multi part fruit should the dais be carved in A Birthday?
4. What emotion does the man in After Death feel for the poem's speaker in the latter's posthumous condition?
5. What adjective is used to describe the door that, "opening, letting in, lets out no more" in the second stanza of Echo?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many women sing of love together in A Triad?
2. By what does the auditor of the poem regularly hold the speaker in Remember?
3. In At Home, of what was the speaker in comparison to the conversation of those yet living?
4. Which of the following is the poem's speaker's heart NOT like in A Birthday?
5. What does the speaker in the first poem entitled Song say ought to be given to those in the flush of youth?
Short Essay Questions
1. What fills the poem's speaker with sadness in At Home?
2. What is a possible interpretation of the last line of the first stanza in the first poem entitled Song, "Grown old before my time"?
3. How does Lizzie save her sister in Goblin Market?
4. What is the tone of the speaker in the first stanza of A Better Resurrection?
5. What is the "it" of May?
6. In Another Spring, what is the literal implication of the repetition of the phrase, "If I might see another Spring"?
7. Why is Thomas loathe to have married Nell in Maude Clare?
8. For what reason is the poem's speaker in a celebratory mood in A Birthday?
9. What is implied to be the meaning of the poem by the final stanza of An End?
10. To interpret beyond the literal meaning of the poem, why does the speaker not wish to reveal her secret in Winter: My Secret?
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