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1What two images does Dickinson use to symbolize “success” in “Success is counted sweetest”?

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2What does the poet describe as “the Door ajar” in “I cannot live with you”?

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3Who is entombed near the speaker of “I died for Beauty”?

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4Which of the following poets was Dickinson’s close friend and mentor in Amherst?

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5In “Because I could not stop for Death,” what does the speaker pass by during her carriage-ride with Death?

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6Which of the following does the bird not do in “A bird came down the walk”?

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7What is “all we know of heaven / And all we need of hell”?

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8What can the brain absorb, according to one Dickinson lyric?

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9In “I heard a Fly buzz,” what cuts the speaker off from the light?

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10Where did Dickinson die?

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11How many poems were discovered among Dickinson’s belongings after she died?

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12What animal is “public” in “I’m Nobody”?

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13What does the speaker feel when she sees the snake in “A narrow Fellow”?