34-Robert frost-mending wall & Birches & West running Brook


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    1.Who is at fault the second time they mention the wall falling?

    2.At what time of year do the neighbors mend the wall?

    3.What do the neighbors use to make the stones balance?

    4.During spring, the narrator describes himself as

    5.Why do they make good neighbours?" In this question, they refers to...

    6.What does the neighbor reply when Frost asks why they need a wall?

    7.Mending wall is included in

    8.The poet's orchard has

    9.Frost's neighbor in actually relates to

    10.The neighbor asserts that the wall is

    11.The mending process is compared to

    12.Mending wall is written in

    13.Birches was published in the collection

    14.What according to the poet, bends the birches trees?

    15.How many times Frost won Pulitzer Prize for poetry?

    16.Forst’s poem Birches is inspired from

    17. "Birches" first appeared in

    18.What is one thing that the act of swinging might symbolize? .

    19.“Birches” poem's title originally comes from a line in Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth." Which poem is it?

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

    21.The central idea in West Running Brook is

    22.West Running Brook is in a ___tone

    23.All brooks, except the one in, West Running Brook flow to

    24. Identify the husband in West Running Brook

    25.What is the first question asked by the wife in West Running Brook

    26.As the wife imagines ___hears her

    27.Who is the lady land in West Running Brook

    28.The poet compares the wave to

    29.The wife sees the river as a

    30.The husband sees the river as a