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Three Times My Life Has Opened Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Jane Hirshfield
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Topics for Further Study

Write a poem called "Three Times My Life Has Closed" and try to use a mixture of abstract and concrete imagery as Hirshfield does in her poem. Are you able to convey your meaning without revealing too much? Why or why not?

Choose a religion or philosophy other than your own and write an essay describing its major tenets and where it is most popular in the world. Explain how this religion or philosophy has influenced contemporary followers and whether any significant changes have taken place in its teachings as a result.

Why have thousands, possibly millions, of Americans turned to the practice of Zen Buddhism? How does Zen differ from mainstream Buddhism and why do the differences make it even more appealing to some people?

If Hirshfield had decided to write a poem called "Four Times My Life Has Opened," what would that fourth event...

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This section contains 226 words
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Purchase our Three Times My Life Has Opened Study Guide
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