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The Good Morrow

The Good Morrow


by John Donne

The Good Morrow: The Good Themes True or False

1. Why is Plato/Aristophanes important to the theme of community? -> he argues that every human is incomplete and searching for its other half
2. Why does the speaker reject traveling? -> he gets nauseated in cars and panicky on planes
3. How is love related to memory? -> it's really good at scrapbooking
4. Why is sex related to children in this poem? -> because children are naturally immoral
5. Love is powerful enough to... -> make a bedroom into an everywhere and two lovers into worlds