The Practice of Poetry Quiz

Robin Behn
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The author claims that poems created in this way will be: (from Part Three. Who's Talking and Why? The Self and Its Subjects. Section B: What's it About?)

2.

Instead of using a common set of opposites, the author suggests using something similar to which topic? (from Part Five. Laws of the Wild: Structure, Shapeliness, and Organizing Principles)

3.

"Cut-and-Shuffle" requires the students to write how many poems? (from Part Four. Truth in Strangeness: Accidents, chance and the nonrational)

4.

In Maura Stanton's section, which act is recalled? (from Part Three. Who's Talking and Why? The Self and Its Subjects. Section A: Aspects of Voice)

5.

The technique in this section is compared to what type of puzzle? (from Part Four. Truth in Strangeness: Accidents, chance and the nonrational)

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