1. What geographical locations do the poems in North and South portray?
(a) The United States, Europe, and Brazil.
(b) The United States, Mexico, and Paris.
(c) Europe, Canada, and South America.
(d) The United States, Canada, and Europe.
2. To what topic do many of Bishop's observations in the poems in North and South pertain?
3. How does Bishop tend to characterize a person's feelings and moods in the poems in North and South?
4. What do several of the poems in North and South pay homage?
5. How does Bishop tend to portray caves and shores in North and South?
6. How does Bishop compare an iceberg to a ship in North and South?
(a) The iceberg is more dangerous.
(b) The ship is of more benefit to the soul.
(c) The iceberg is more interesting.
(d) The ship is more regal.
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