american Literature check answers part 2

What thought torments the speaker in "The Raven"?

The raven has been sent by his greatest enemy.

The speaker has wasted his life studying old books.

The speaker will never see his beloved Lenore again.

The speaker will never understand the books he reads.

C

In Dickinson's poem "This is My Letter to the World", who is the speaker addressing?

everyone in the world

only Americans

nature enthusiasts

A

In the poem "This is My Letter to the World", what does the speaker mean by the line "judge tenderly--of Me"?

She is asking that people listen and respect her message for nature´s sake

She is worried what the reader will think of her appearance.

She doesn't want the reader to insult her poetry.

A

In the poem "I Started Early- Took My Dog", which word best describes the speaker's response to the mermaids and the ships?

frightened

unmoved

excited

C

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