The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


In Poem 762, Emily again addresses the subject of death. This time she writes about a ____ killed by a cat. (from Poems 723-804)


Poem 351 brings forth the image of a person being able to examine their life manually as one might examine ____________. (from Poems 312-412)


In Poem 413, Emily writes about displacement and her desire to run away from _________. (from Poems 413-503)


In Poem 389, the poet ends with saying this is how it always happens in ________________. (from Poems 312-412)


Poem 1719 describes the nature of God. In this poem she indicates that she knows God is a _____ God. (from Poems 1670-1775)

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