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The Voice

The Voice

  

by Thomas Hardy

The Voice: "The Voice" and Content True or False

1. The speaker of the poem can't distinguish between the voice of the woman and what? -> The sound of the wind
2. What color is the woman's dress? -> Turquoise
3. What is the woman doing at the end of the poem? -> Calling
4. What is falling around the speaker? -> Leaves
5. Is the speaker insane or what? -> We don't know for sure; that's what makes the poem interesting.

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