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What is the final line of "Remember" by Christina Rossetti?
"Better by far that you should forget and smile/than remember and be sad"
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True or false: The message of "Remember" is that love is willing to let go, pointing people in the right direction as opposed to holding them back.
True
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Finish this quote from WH Auden's "O Tell Me The Truth About Love": "Some say it makes the world go round, some say..." (2 words)
"that's absurd"
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There is a distinct pattern to the stanzas in "OTMTTAL". How does it go?
Statements then questions
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What precedes this quote from William Shakespeare's "Sonnet 116": "...that looks on tempests and is never shaken"? (7 words, one hypenated)
"O no it is an ever-fixed mark"
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What are some of the most major themes of "Sonnet 116"?
Nature, the sea, time
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What is particularly significant about this line from Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Sonnet 43": I love thee to the depth and breadth and height/my soul can reach"?
It has Biblical connotations.
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Name some literary devices that Browning puts to use in "Sonnet 43".
Anaphora, monosyllables, theme of the past, metaphysical vs. everyday
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Write out the quote from Carol Ann Duffy's "White Writing" that references a woman's maiden name.
"Your soul a flame/bright in the window of your maiden name"
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What specific type of forbidden love is "White Writing" about?
Homosexual love in a pre-civil partnership era
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What is the final line of Carol Ann Duffy's "North West"?
"Frets of light on the river. Tearful air."
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Duffy makes multiple hidden references to a certain British city in "North West". Name the city, and give at least one of these references.
Liverpool. "yeah yeah yeah", "flowers of litter", the title "North West"
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True or false: The message of "Remember" is that love is willing to let go, pointing people in the right direction as opposed to holding them back.

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Finish this quote from WH Auden's "O Tell Me The Truth About Love": "Some say it makes the world go round, some say..." (2 words)

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There is a distinct pattern to the stanzas in "OTMTTAL". How does it go?

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What precedes this quote from William Shakespeare's "Sonnet 116": "...that looks on tempests and is never shaken"? (7 words, one hypenated)

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