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by Emily Brontë

Remembrance: Name That Theme True or False

1. The speaker's anxiety over forgetting to "love thee" deals mainly with the theme of -> mortality
2. The changing seasons that contrast the speaker's constant remembrance reflects the theme of -> time
3. The "world's tide" is a metaphor that's used to reflect the theme of -> time
4. Memory's "rapturous pain" is an indulgence that the speaker uses to better understand her -> transformation
5. The lingering and cold imagery is best used to symbolize -> suffering