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Who is the old crone rocking the cradle in whitmans

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17. Who is the “old crone rocking the cradle” in Whitman’s “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking”? a. The sea 18. What is Whitman probably suggesting when he writes that there “will never be any more perfection than there is now”? a. That there is no heaven in the conventional sense 19. The poetry in Leaves of Grass clearly demonstrate Whitman’s faith in a. Democracy 20. “Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking” is an example of a a. Künstleroman and bildungsroman 21. What does Whitman probably mean by “Creeds and schools in abeyance,/retiring back a while sufficed at what they are”? a. He wants to temporarily put aside differences 22. According to lecture, what, probably, are the “perfumes” Whitman refers to when he writes, “Houses and Rooms are full of perfumes”? a. The smells of everyday life
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23. In section 51 of “Song of Myself”, which line follows “Do I contradict myself?” a. Very well then I contradict myself 24. What is Whitman, the poet-narrator, doing at the beginning of Song of Myself? a. Loafing and observing 25. After publishing Leaves of Grass, Whitman a. Leaves of Grass was first published after Whitman died
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