Nobody LA Questions

I’m Nobody
by Emily Dickinson

I'm Nobody! Who are you?
Are you – Nobody – too?
Then there's a pair of us!
Don't tell! they'd banish us – you know!

How dreary – to be – Somebody!
How public – like a Frog – To tell one's name –
the livelong June –
To an admiring Bog!

Use the poem to answer the question.
The speaker in "I'm Nobody" regards fame as
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a good thing.

the American dream.

a bad thing.***

a reward for hard work.

Why is using the image of a frog to convey how the speaker feels about being a “somebody” an effective choice?
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Frogs constantly announce their presence by croaking, but they aren’t really important.

Frogs are essential to nature because they add a lively sound to an otherwise dreary bog.

Frogs only croak during the month of June, which is a time to be noticed.

Frogs are slimy and disgusting creatures that belong in a sticky bog.****

Use the poem to answer the question.

What is a possible theme of the poem?
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The privacy of being nobody is better than living in the public eye.***

People should strive to be seen as important, or they’ll be rejected.

Nobody will notice you if you don’t make yourself known.

Fame is worth having to put up with boring people who admire you.

Use the poem to answer the question.

The connotations of which word in the poem help you understand the speaker’s attitude toward fame?
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  1. 2. OK

    3. I disagree

    4. OK

    5. OK

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  2. So For 3 is the answer c?

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  3. No.

    That's 2 wrong guesses for 3. Please don't post about this again.

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  4. I would relook at question 3.

    On the others, I reminded myself that Emily was a really shy, reserved introverted person, that avoided contact with most people outside a very low number of personal contacts. Some think she suffered from depression.

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