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That the Science of Cartography Is Limited

That the Science of Cartography Is Limited

  

by Eavan Boland

That the Science of Cartography Is Limited: Advanced Cartography True or False

1. What does the speaker smell in the beginning of the poem? -> Balsam
2. What is covering the famine road? -> A big tent
3. When did the Relief Committees begin insisting that the Irish build roads for food? -> 1847
4. Which two words does the speaker use to describe maps? -> Masterful and ingenious
5. What "will not be there" at the end of the poem? -> The famine road

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