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A Late Aubade

A Late Aubade

  

by Richard Wilbur

A Late Aubade: Lover's Lane True or False

1. What is the relationship between the speaker and the woman in the poem? -> Enemies
2. According to the speaker, what would the woman in the poem "rather" do "than anything"? -> Read
3. Who is Schoenberg? -> A police officer
4. In the second-to-last stanza, what does the speaker not feel the need to do? -> Recite old poetry
5. What does the speaker ask the woman to do at the end of the poem? -> Get snacks and drink

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