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Now ! due in 4 ! 15 points for all “hope” is the thing with feathers by emily dickinson “hope” is the thing with feathers - that perches in the soul - and sings the tune without the words - and never stops - at all - and sweetest - in the gale - is heard - and sore must be the storm - that could abash the little bird that kept so many warm - i’ve heard it in the chillest land - and on the strangest sea - yet - never - in extremity, it asked a crumb - of me. 1. which choice best expresses the theme of the poem a. hope feels like a light, cheerful bird that sings a sweet song even in the face of difficulty. b. no matter how hopeful you are, difficulty and extreme situations will find you. c. life is hopeless d. the bird of hope stops singing when life gets difficult. 2. how does emily dickinson develop the theme of “ ‘hope’ is the thing with feathers"? a. by comparing hope to a singing bird b. by describing a song without words c. by comparing life’s difficulties to a storm at sea d. by describing the extremes of life 3. which is the best paraphrase of the final stanza? a. extreme situations happen everywhere—in cold locations and on the sea—but there is always hope. b. the bird of hope sings in all places—on both land and sea—but is never extreme or expecting of a crumb. c. i’ve heard about hope being in the coldest lands and stormiest seas even though it never asked for even a crumb from those it . d. i’ve heard the song of hope in the most extreme difficulties, in cold lands and stormy seas, but it has never expected anything in return from me. 4. which choice summarizes the poem most effectively? a. the speaker has led a difficult life but is always hopeful. b. a bird perches on the speaker's soul and sings its song of hope. c. hope is like a bird whose sweet, wordless song stays in the speaker's heart through all difficulties, never expecting anything in return. d. the speaker admires the hopeful song of birds that continues even in the darkest, most extreme storms.

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