1.11 K12 AMERICAN LITERATURE - Graded Assignment Unit Test...

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Graded Assignment Unit Test, Part 2: Voices and Viewpoints Answer the questions using complete sentences. You may use your text to support your answers. Total score: ____ of 55 points (Score for Question 1: ___ of 15 points) Stephen Crane’s poem “To the Maiden” reflects the perspectives of two different people. Who are the two people? What are their viewpoints? Why do they view the sea differently? Answer: The two people are the maiden and the sailor. They view the sea differently, the maiden likes to walk the shore line but when it is stormy she likes to be away from the sea. The sailor works on the sea is the sea is his life so even when it is stormy, he is still out on it and he doesn’t have much time to watch it. (Score for Question 2: ___ of 15 points) Think about Frost’s poem “Mending Wall.” What does “Good fences make good neighbors” mean? Why does the speaker disagree with his neighbor about the fence?
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