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For Jennifer, 6, on The Teton Discussion Questions

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Read Hugo's collection of poems 31 Letters and 13 Dreams and then write a "letter-poem" to a young child, offering him or her advice on life and on what the future holds. Read your poem to your class.

Research the Teton River, paying particular attention to the wildlife the river supports, and present your research to your class.

Hugo's language in the poem would be impossible for a six-year-old child to understand. Assume that you have a six-year-old child in front of you and you want to convey Hugo's ideas to her. What images would you use? What figures of speech?

In the third paragraph, Hugo mentions "games from organized games." To what is he referring? Do you believe that life can be described as a series of games or as a game? Support your response with examples.

Hugo admired Wallace Stevens, and many of his poems allude...

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