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1Paumanok is the Native American term for what?

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2In “Starting from Paumanok,” from which of the following does Whitman say he will make poems?

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3Toward the end of “Song of Myself,” Whitman says he will make what kind of sound?

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4An important section of “Song of Myself” describes twenty-nine

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5What is the major symbol Whitman works through in “Song of Myself”?

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6In “I Sing the Body Electric,” the human body is described as

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7The man Whitman describes in “Body Electric” is

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8The repeated word “Allons!” in “Song of the Open Road” translates as:

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9In “Song of the Open Road,” what is the “efflux of the soul”?

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10In “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry” Whitman claims that identity is received through

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11Generations communicate, in “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry,” through

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12What animal does the poet commune with in “Out of the Cradle”?

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13What is the word the sea gives the poet in “Out of the Cradle”?

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14Where is the poem “As I Ebb’d with the Ocean of Life” set?

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15The tone of the poem “As I Ebb’d” can best be described as

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16Whose death does “When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d” commemorate?

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17What kind of poem is “When Lilacs Last”?

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18Who or what speaks to the poet in “By Blue Ontario’s Shore”?

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19How does Whitman describe the role of the poet in “Blue Ontario”?

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20In “The Sleepers,” who tells Whitman the story of the Indian woman?

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21Which historical figure makes an appearance in “The Sleepers”?

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22How many editions of Leaves of Grass did Whitman publish?

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23During the Civil War, Whitman held several jobs. Which of the following was not one of them?

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24Which previous American writer was a great influence on Whitman?

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25Which of the following is the title of Whitman’s collection of war poetry?