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September 18, 2012

In "Upon the Burning of Our House", the speaker's feelings as she relizes the her house is on fire include all but what? Anger
In lines 13-20 of "Upon the Burning of our House", the speaker suggests that the fire was who's will? God
In which set of lines of "Upon the Burning of our House", does the speaker allow herself to mourn her house and belongings? Line 25-35
In "Upon the Burning of Our house", what effects does the realization that earthly things are only temporary have on the speaker? It gives her hope.
In "To My Dear Loving Husband", the speaker claims that her love for her husband is equal to what? Her husband's love for her.
Which poem attempts to justify the ways of God to humanity? "Upon the Burning of Our House"
Which poem reveals the speaker's deep personal feeling? Both "Upon the Buring of Our House" and "To My Dear and Lving Husband"
Created by: Shawna Nicholle