Nature and its power is a huge theme in this book. What are some of the main examples of this theme and how does this affect the tone of the poems?
What are some of the relationships spoken about in these poems, and what do they reveal about Mary Oliver's personality?
What are some of the particular animals that were included in these poems, and what did their inclusion do to the tone of the poems?
What are some of the main examples of irony from these poems? How do these moments of irony change the tone of those poems?
Religion was a theme that was touched on a number of times in this book. Where did this theme appear, and what are some of the different ways this theme was introduced?
Mary Oliver has an incredible gift for creating touching analogies. What are some of the analogies...
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