A Coney Island of the Mind, Poems Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


The poet uses literary allusion in the line, "I'm tired of waiting for Godot." To which author is he referring? (from Chapter 2, Oral Messages)


In "Autobiography," what are the French addicts of? (from Chapter 2, Oral Messages)


"By the time they print your picture / in ________ / you will have become a negative anyway" the poet writes in "Junkman's Obbligato." (from Chapter 2, Oral Messages)


The poet writes in "I Am Waiting," that he is waiting for the deepest South to just stop what? (from Chapter 2, Oral Messages)


In "Poem 6" of "Pictures of the Gone World," the author writes that he always feels so "constipated / in those / high _____." (from Chapter 3, Poems of Pictures of the Gone World (1955))

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