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Two Poems for T. Discussion Questions

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Find two poems written by the same poet or by different poets that you think could be joined together as one. Explain your justification for linking them.

This poem implies that T., the person being addressed, works with goats. Find out what you can about the kind of landscape where goats are tended and prepare a chart showing how that land differs from where you live.

Identify the characteristics that make this poem uniquely Italian. Explain how it would have been different if it had been written by someone of a separate nationality (of your choosing).

The second stanza emphasizes T.'s silence. Write the response you think T. would make to this explanation of her behavior, either in poetry or in prose.

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