I, I, I Discussion Questions

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•  Write an essay in which you compare and contrast “I, I, I” with William Wordsworth’s poem “Lines Written a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey.” What differences and similarities do you see between the spiritual experiences described in each poem? How does each speaker respond to his experience, and what are the implications or consequences of the experience for him?

•  Write a poem about an experience (spiritual or otherwise) that changed your life. You may use free verse or rhyme and meter as you wish. Write a short paragraph on what was gained or lost from writing in verse as opposed to writing your account in prose.

•  Research the topic of coming of age and initiation ceremonies in at least two different cultures and create a class presentation on your findings.

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