Notes on the Assemblage Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The poem "Almost Livin', Almost Dyin'" refers to how many people getting shot, and what sorts of people? (from Prologue – Part 1, “ayotzinapa”)

2.

In "Los Angeles Barrio," what does the poem portray as Wanda Coleman's primary focus? (from Part 3, “hard hooks”)

3.

In "song out here," the speaker refers to living with someone s/he cares for in a "tilted / tiny house by the ocean rising up inside of us." Given how the various themes of the collection relate to issues associated with revolution and transformation, what emotion might the image of the house by the ocean be metaphorically referring to? (from Part 6, “borderbus”, Section 2)

4.

In "You Throw a Stone," the house of the speaker's father is described as being empty. How is the house of the speaker's companion's mother described? (from Part 2, “the view with no one”)

5.

Given the collection's overall interest in the need for, and the act of, revolution, what is the likely meaning of the phrase "We Are Remarkably Loud Not Masked"? (from Part 7, “we are remarkably loud not masked” and Epilogue)

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