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The Naked and the Nude

The Naked and the Nude

  

by Robert Graves

The Naked and the Nude: Beauty's in the Eye of the Beholder Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around The Naked and the Nude? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What does a lover see when she looks at a naked body?


A body in flames
A body ablaze
A bootylicious body
Goose bumps
Q. How does the speaker identify himself?


Me
I
The poem is written the third person
Alfred
Q. How do lovers see naked bodies?


With greed
Without interest
With lust
Without reproach
Q. What do the nude look like after death?


They stay the same
Wormy
The naked
Marble statues
Q. What does the doctor see when she looks at a naked body?


Anatomy
An injury
A paycheck
An art form
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