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The World Is Too Much With US Quiz

11 Questions  I  By Alexxa_cece_2011
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1.  Who are the gods mentioned in the poem?
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2.  What is the meter of this poem?
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3.  Why is the speaker dissatisfied with the way that human beings have been living their lives?
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4.  What is the central purpose of this poem?
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5.  Why does the speaker use different types of diction throughout the poem?
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6.  The speaker addresses the _____, _____, and _______ as references to nature compared to mankind in the poem.
7.  William Wordsworth believes that the world is obsessed with “_____ and _____” in our own world, instead of spending and appreciating the world outside of our own.
8.  The poem takes place in the early 1800s during the _____ _____ _____, and their desire to be the first to develop new technology, create new jobs, and make money.
9.  The primary symbol that the poem centralizes is the _____, which the speaker believes most people have taken for granted and given away.
10.  “The World Is Too Much with Us” has comparisons and literary devices such as_____, _____, and ____.
11.  What message is Wordsworth trying to get across? Please write your answer in at least four to five sentences.
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