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O Captain! My Captain! Test

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O Captain! My Captain! Test
Do you understand the poem O Captain! My Captain! as well as you think?

  
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1.  What is the name of the author?
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2.  What is the name of the author?
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3.  What does the author compare the United States to?
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4.  What does the author compare the United States to?
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5.  What does the word exulting mean?
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6.  What does the word exulting mean?
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7.  True or False: Was the ship personified as "grim and daring"?
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8.  True or False: The captain is alive and sees the happiness of the people
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9.  True or False: Was the ship personified as "grim and daring"?
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10.  True or False: Abraham Lincoln is the Captain? (metaphorically speaking)
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11.  The flag is flung and the bugle trills for who?
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12.  True or False: The captain is alive and sees the happiness of the people
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13.  True or False: Abraham Lincoln is the Captain? (metaphorically speaking)
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14.  What does tread mean?
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15.  The flag is flung and the bugle trills for who?
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16.  True or False: The bouquets and ribbon'd wreaths are signs of defeat
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17.  Walt Whitman wasn't formally introduced to ______________, but was moved by his death
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18.  What does tread mean?
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19.  What does rack mean in this poem?
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20.  True or False: The bouquets and ribbon'd wreaths are signs of defeat
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21.  Walt Whitman wasn't formally introduced to ______________, but was moved by his death
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22.  What is the keel of the ship?
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23.  What does rack mean in this poem?
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24.  Did the captain die? (don't fail me now!!)
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25.  What is the keel of the ship?
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26.  "My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will." What does that mean?
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27.  Did the captain die? (don't fail me now!!)
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28.  True or false: Does Walt believe that this is just some cruel dream?
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29.  Is this just a dream? A cruel dream that can be shaken away?
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30.  "My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will." What does that mean?
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31.  True or False: The shores are empty, and no one is here.
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32.  True or false: Does Walt believe that this is just some cruel dream?
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33.  True or False: The ship sank before reaching the harbor
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34.  What does Walt Whitman compare our Civil War to?
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35.  True or False: The object won, and brought safely to shore is the Emancipation Proclamation, and the safety of our Union?
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36.  Is this just a dream? A cruel dream that can be shaken away?
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37.  True or False: The shores are empty, and no one is here.
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38.  True or False: The ship sank before reaching the harbor
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39.  What does Walt Whitman compare our Civil War to?
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40.  True or False: The object won, and brought safely to shore is the Emancipation Proclamation, and the safety of our Union?
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