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To Helen

To Helen

  

by Edgar Allan Poe

To Helen: Start From the Beginning True or False

1. To what does the speaker compare Helen's beauty in the first stanza? -> Penelope Cruz
2. What does the word "barks" mean? -> Trees
3. What did those "barks" do? -> Carried a weary, way-worn wanderer
4. Where was the wanderer's final destination? -> His native shore
5. To whom might "weary, way-worn wanderer" be an allusion? -> Ferris Bueller

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