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"Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" is a poem that celebrates the power of

* analysis.
* deduction.
* memory.
* prophecy.

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  1. Look at the poem again. As far as I'm concerned, poetry MUST be read aloud. Think about it. Look up any of those 4 words from the choices, if you aren't absolutely sure of all the nuances. Take your best guess. By knowing how you think, we can also assist you better.

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