Posted by Victoria on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 at 7:00pm.
In the poem The Tortoise in Eternity by Elinor Wylie, in The first stanza, the narrator's bed is compared to a womb and a? A. Cradle B. Grave C. Shell D. House E. Blanket
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What is the title of this poem? What is the meaning of "horn" in the first line? (Check a dictionary.)
Here's the first stanza:
"The Tortoise in Eternity
Within my house of patterned horn
I sleep in such a bed
As men may keep before they're born
And after when they're dead."
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