Posted by James on Tuesday, July 7, 2009 at 4:40pm.
Ode to the West Wind by P.B. Shelley
The poem “Ode to the West wind” praises nature for its
B. ability to rebirth
C. power to recreate
D. Both B and C.
I chose D.
In “Ode to the West wind,” the speaker wants the wind to:
A. blow all the leaves out of his yard.
B. revive his thoughts and spread his verse.
C. usher in the spring.
D. whip up the sea into a maenad-like frenzy.
I chose B.
When I Have Fears by John Keats
According to the poem “When I Have Fears,” life and love are similar because they both:
A. offer the good and the bad.
B. are short and painful.
C. are temporary and no one knows when they will end.
D. BOTH B AND C.
I think it's C, but could it be D?
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