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a. Ordinariness 7. What is wrong with our traditional concept of heaven, according to Wallace Steven’s “Sunday Morning”? a. Nothing ever changes there 8. According to lecture, what seems to be the central message of “buffalo bill’s defunct”? a. Even great celebrities are just human and mortal 9. According to lecture, part of the visual arrangement of e.e. cummings’ “buffalo bill’s defunct” probably suggests what? a. Water flowing 10. According to lecture, cummings’ “next to of course god America i” is possibly a critique of a. Politicians
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11. With what has the narrator of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” measured out his life? a. Coffee spoons 12. What do the women talk of while they come and go in “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”? a. Michelangelo 13. What is it that Prufrock prepares “a face to meet”? a. Faces 14. Prufrock can’t see to look at the faces of the women at the party, so he focuses obsessively on what other body part? a. Arms 15. Why, probably, is the quotation from Dante about Guido de Montefeltro burning in a flame in hell an appropriate epigraph for “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”? a. Both Guido and J. Alfred are making confessions 16. What is Prufrock trying to suggest in comparing himself to Polonius, the character from Shakespeare’s Hamlet ?
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