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a. That he is nobody important 17. The lines “When the evening is spread out against the sky/like a patient etherized upon a table” is an example of a. Metaphysical conceit 18. At one point in “Mending Wall” the speaker describes his neighbor as a. “an old-stone savage” 19. According to lecture, what is the “darkness” in which Frost sees his neighbor as walking? a. Ignorance 20. What does the neighbor say in “Mending Wall”? a. “Good fences make good neighbors” 21. Who initiates the wall mending in Frost’s poem “Mending Wall”? a. Frost
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22. What does the narrator of Yusef Komunyakaa’s “Facing It” see reflected in the granite of the Vietnam War Memorial? a. A women brushing hair b. Himself AND c. A white vet 23. In Rita Dove’s poem about the massacre of Haitians in the Dominican Republic, what word is said to have been used to identify Haitians (the first word is the Spanish, the second its English equivalent) a. Perejil/parsley 24. In “The Red Wheelbarrow” by William Carlos Williams, much of the poem’s meaning seems to rely upon which of the following words? a. The verb “depends” 25. According to lecture, what, probably, does the last line of Langston Hugh’s “Harlem” suggest ( “or does it explode?”) ? a. Self-destruction and violence
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