1 Who does Ezekiel compare the poet to in "A Time to Change"? A college professor A stubborn workman A teacher for the poor A culinary connoisseur 2 What piece of art does the speaker analyze in Ezekiel's first collection of poetry? A neoclassical building A piece of modern Indian art An African mask Picasso's portrait of Gertrude Stein 3 In "The Double Horror" what corrupts the speaker? the city drunknenness religion the world 4 What is the main concern of "On Meeting a Pedant"? the best writing mirroring lived experience the power of spoken text over written text the power of lived experiences over text the power of written text over spoken text 5 Which of these names is the title of a poem from "A Time to Change"? Joseph Richard Robert John 6 Complete these lines from "The Worm": "Only in _____ can I emulate / The worm's _____" admiration, power anger, directness admiration, directness calmness, lucidity 7 What is a contradiction at work in "The Worm"? the speaker believes that he is freer than the worm because the worm is freer than him the speaker sees himself as being dryer and more wet than the worm at the same time the speaker calls himself an old man and then receals that he is actually very young the speaker uses "God" and "god" in the same poem, which puts the ideological framework of the poem into question 8 Where are the speaker and his lover in "An Affair"? A party The theater The cinema A zoo 9 What does the speaker refer to as "not the final station" in "Something to Pursue"? Beatitude Jerusalem Glory Gethsemane 10 Who does the speaker speak to in "Advice"? A dying man A child A stranger on the street His lover 11 What, among these, does the speaker advise the other person to do in "Advice"? To be tolerant To be happy To be steafast To be brave 12 What is Ezekiel's second collection of poetry called? Sixty Poems The Stone A Time to Change The Scorpion 13 What thing does Ezekiel mention in the second poem of "Sixty Poems"? A house A tree A stone A rock 14 Where does the speaker's companion place her hand in "Situation"? On her glasses In her hair Upon the speaker's knee On the rim of her glass 15 What material does Ezekiel use in order to emphasize hardness in "Lines"? metal plastic wood bone 16 How did the speaker turn out in "Portrait"? creative serious luxurious happy 17 Who does Ezekiel dedicate a poem to in "Sixty Poems"? William Carlos Williams T.S. Elliott Getrude Stein Ezra Pound 18 What part of the subject's body does the speaker decide to describe first in "Description"? her hair her hands her breasts her knees 19 Fill in the blank: "______, the great consumer, cancels all." God Nothingness Time Death 20 What is the speaker unable to think about "out to the end"? Life Time Death God 21 What "plays hide and seek with winter days" in "Song for Spring"? His lover Spring His curiosity His own vanity 22 What two perspectives does Ezekiel play with in "Nakedness"? The voice of the person who is naked's lover and the voice of the bed as it watches them make love The voice of the person who is naked and the voice of someone watching him The voice of the person who is naked and the voice of his lover, who is also naked The voice of the person who is naked as he regards himself and the voice of the person who is naked as he regards his lover 23 What animal does Ezekiel dedicate a poem to in "Sixty Poems"? Squirrels Dolphins Elephants Dogs 24 Which French artist is NOT mentioned in Ezekiel's writing? Verlaine Balzac Flaubert Baudelaire 25 Where does the speaker see the "female image" in the poem of the same title? "In these waters" "On the lonely pillow in the single room" "Walking in deserted streets" "Beside the Thames"