Poetry Analysis Quiz -- Ode to a Nightingale
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Who is the audience throughout the majority of the poem? *
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In the first stanza, the ''drowsy numbness pains'' the speaker because of . . . *
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In the second stanza, the speaker speaks of ____. *
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The speaker wishes to ''fade away into the forest dim'' (2nd and 3rd stanzas) with the nightingale in order to . . . *
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By the 4th stanza we are well aware of the ____ atmosphere of the poem. *
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In the 4th stanza, the speaker changes his mind. As a means of joining or uniting with the bird, the speaker decides that ______ is preferable to ______. *
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The idea expressed in the 6th stanza could be summarized as . . . *
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In the 7th stanza, the speaker seems to be saying that the bird's song has been . . . *
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''Plaintive anthem'' in the final stanza is a reference to . . . *
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In this poem, the song of the nightingale represents . . . *
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In this poem, the influence of Romanticism is present in every aspect EXCEPT with regard to . . . *
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