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In-Class Assignment #1: Aesthetic Theories and Engaging Art  Part Two: Individual Questions (60pts) This assignment will be completed in three parts. The first two parts will be completed individually at  home; the third will be completed in class in small groups. All parts will be turned in for a total  individual grade.  Directions 1. After opening this file and read though the questions.  2. After completing your annotations (part one, handed out in class), complete the questions  below to the best of your abilities. Use complete sentences and cite  at least 3 examples  by  incorporating direct quotations within your responses.  Type  your responses directly on to this document. 3. Save and print your work and bring it with you to class (see calendar for due date).  Failure to bring your work to class will result a grade penalty. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE SOURCES WHEN ANSWERING QUESTIONS Questions Poem #1:  William Wordsworth, “I wandered lonely as a Cloud” (1815) 1. In your own words, offer a brief  interpretation  of “I wandered lonely as a Cloud.” Hint: what  lesson, theme, or insight about the world is the poet offering?
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  • Spring '16
  • kevin morgan
  • Maggie Smith, poem Good Bones

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