The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


In Poem 824, Emily notes that, despite the threat of the storm, _______ is not damaged. Only a tree in the yard is split. (from Poems 805-1081)


In Poem 396, Emily writes about a pleasant _____ in life that is closer to occurring than pain. (from Poems 312-412)


In Poem 536, if they can't have ______, humans would prefer to have no pain. (from Poems 504-599)


The relationship between an _____ and a parasol is the topic of Poem 1747. (from Poems 1670-1775)


Emily concludes Poem 1176 in saying that _____ would be normal if people weren't afraid to rise above themselves. (from Poems 1082-1353)

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