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The Naked and the Nude

The Naked and the Nude

by Robert Graves

The Naked and the Nude: Parts and More Parts (Of the Body, That Is) True or False

1. What's the literary term for referring to a doctor as an "eye"? -> Metonymy
2. How is the eye observing the nude described? -> Ridiculously happy
3. What parts of the naked body are described in this poem? -> The unmentionable bits
4. Who actually determines the definition of words, according to the poem? -> The poet, of course
5. How many stanzas are in the body of the poem itself? -> 5

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