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1) How does Whitman show his connection to the natural world in this poem? For example, what qualities does he say he shares with the spotted hawk?

 

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2) Full Powers- pablo neruda - in the first stanza why might the night inhibit the speaker from writing?

 

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Posted March 6, 2012 at 9:44 AM (Answer #1)

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1)How does Whitman show his connection to the natural world in this poem? For example, what qualities does he say he shares with the spotted hawk? Full Powers- pablo neruda 2) Full Powers- pablo neruda - in the first stanza why might the night inhibit the speaker from writing? 3) why should the "keys" in line 8 unlock for the speaker? what do you think he means by "night" and "darkness" in the second stanza? 4) in line 14, what does the speaker mean by "i am weary neither or being nor of non-being"? explain. 5)What could the speaker mean by his "debts to minerality" (line 17)? 6)why does the speaker "keep going" according to lines 19-20?

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