“The Passionate Shepherd” and “The Nymph’s Reply” Questions: While reading each of the poems, keep in mind the tips shared in the presentation you viewed in the notes section. Use these strategies to answer all questions for both poems. First work through “The Passionate Shepherd” in entirety, and then move on to “The Nymph’s Reply.” When you type below, the table will expand to accommodate your answers. “The Passionate Shepherd” “The Nymph’s Reply” 1.Characterize (describe)the speaker in as much detail as possible. Consider age, gender, vocation, personality, etc. a very caring young man who is optimistic about finding a significant other Young innocent female2.Summarize the main point of the poem in 1-2 sentences. You may have to come back to this one after answering the other questions. to show all of the promises that the shepherd makes to women Love and nature is beautiful but it doesn’t last forever 3.List and define any words that you did not know well before reading the poem. You
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- Fall '20
- Middle Ages, Stanza, Shepherd