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1What form does the poem “Mowing” take?

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2In “The Road Not Taken,” which of the two roads appears “less traveled” to the speaker?

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3In “The Wood-Pile,” the woodpile in question “warms the frozen swamp” with “the slow smokeless burning of...

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4According to the speaker in “Mowing,” what is “the sweetest dream that labor knows”?

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5What does the wife see through the window at the beginning of “Home Burial”?

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6“Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” is written in what meter?

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7In “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” Frost writes that the speaker imagines his horse to think him strange. What might be the significance of this?

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8Complete the following line: “Something there is that doesn’t love a

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9What does the neighbor say in “Mending Wall”?

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10At one point in “Mending Wall,” the speaker describes his neighbor as:

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11What does the speaker describe as “just another outdoor game” in the poem “Mending Wall”?

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12In “Fire and Ice,” the speaker contemplates whether the world will end in fire or ice; which wins out in his conclusion?

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13In the second part of “Fire and Ice,” the speaker contemplates whether it would be preferable to die by fire, or by ice. Which does he conclude is the better death?

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14Robert Frost, the quintessential New England poet, spent his first eleven years in what place?

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15From which poem is the following line extracted? “Earth’s the right place for love.”

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16What is the rhyme scheme of “After Apple-Picking”?

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17What is the rhyme scheme of “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” (excluding the last stanza)?

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18In “The Wood-Pile,” the speaker decides to continue walking in the woods. What animal does he then see?

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19“ ‘Three foggy mornings and one rainy day / Will rot the best birch fence a man can build.’ ” From which poem is this line extracted?

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20Finish this line from “Mowing”: “Anything more than the truth would have seemed too...

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21“The Tuft of Flowers” is written in:

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22How would you characterize the line lengths in “After Apple-Picking”?

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23In New England, when do people generally pick apples?

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24What, according to the poem, is apple cider made from?

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25Why does the child’s grave sit on the family’s property (in “Home Burial”)?