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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In "The New World," the author stared at the sculpture on the front lawn of what museum?
2. Who wrote "At Home"?
3. In "Lens," the author wonders about the shouting in the house and why who must be watched?
4. In "This Isn't Fair," the author's beloved leaves the room when he asks if she loves him, but he calls her back frantically to give her what?
5. Who is the author of "The New Blade"?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why had the author paid close attention to the heard in "Model of the Heart at the Franklin Institute"?
2. Who is remembered in the poem "Words My Friend Can't Bring Himself to Say"?
3. "She had thought" describes what thoughts of the author's?
4. What does the boy draw in "The Moment for Which There Is No Name"? Why?
5. What happens in the poem "David"? What images are described?
6. How is the person who has passed away described in the poem "Tune"?
7. What is "Almost Evenly Divided" in the poem by this name?
8. What similes are described in "Other Lives"?
9. What is described in "Dedication"? What simile is used to describe old papers?
10. How are the mother's suicide attempts described in "Lens"?
Essay Topic 1
Describe the editor of "What Have You Lost"? Where does the poet live? What other works has she published? What common themes are seen in her works?
Essay Topic 2
Describe and discuss the use of personification and imagery in "What the Stones Knew." What is personified in the poem and why?
Essay Topic 3
Describe the similes and metaphors in the poems "Other Lives" and "So Far." What common theme relates these two works?
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