The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

In Poem 540, Emily states she set her power against the world and although she didn't have the power ____ had, she had more that the amount of boldness he did. (from Poems 504-599)

2.

Emily makes an interesting comment about quiet people in Poem 543. She states that she ____ quiet people, those of few words. (from Poems 504-599)

3.

In Poem 726, lines 2, 4, and 6 end with the rhyming words of die, by and ____. (from Poems 723-804)

4.

Poem 389 is another poem that addresses the reality of death. According to Emily, where has a death occurred? (from Poems 312-412)

5.

What voice is Poem 640 written in? (from Poems 600-722)

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