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To Helen

To Helen

  

by Edgar Allan Poe

To Helen: I Saw Her Standing... There True or False

1. Where is Helen standing at the end of the poem? -> In the drive thru of Burger King
2. What word does the speaker use to describe Helen's hair? -> Hyacinth
3. What kind of "airs" does Helen have? -> Naiad airs
4. Helen's face is what? -> Classic
5. What does the speaker call Helen in the poem's final stanza? -> Zeus

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