1. Which bird in the starter represented ancestral knowledge?
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2. What particular aspect of animals was Ted Hughes interested in?
- The beauty of animals
- The savagery of animals
- The bravery of animals
- The hierarchy of animals
3. What is the sound that echoes through the poem?
4. In which of these stanzas does the hawk refer to itself the least amount of times?
- Stanza 2
- Stanza 1
- Stanza 3
- Stanza 6
5. Which of these is NOT a line from the poem?
- My eye has permitted no change.
- The convenience of the high trees!
- Now I hold creation in my claw
- Or in sleep rehearse perfect kills and eat