1. How are the poems in this book grouped together?
(a) By length.
(b) By random order.
(c) By publishing date.
(d) By subject matter.
2. What is the name of the first section of poems in this group?
(a) The Begininning.
(b) New Poems.
3. How many poems are in the first section?
4. What does Oliver try to write most of her poems about?
(a) Human concerns.
(c) Political needs.
(d) Psychological problems.
5. How does Oliver come to a better understanding of human nature?
(a) She looks to non-human examples.
(b) She talks to people of different ages.
(c) She observes the ocean tides.
(d) She meditates.
6. What does Oliver call most of her poems?
(c) Statements of truth.
7. How does the editor describe the thought put into these poems?
8. What does Oliver try to provide multiple avenues for in her poems?
(a) Thought provocation.
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