Read Optional Poem and answer questions

Read the optional poems in attach file and answer the following questions:
1) In Dickinson’s “Because I Could Not Stop for Death,” who is the speaker in the poem? What tone does the speaker communicate in the poem? Was the speaker ready for death? How would you support your answer to the previous question?
2) How does Dickinson characterize death in this poem?
3) In Dickinson’s poem, what’s important about the order of things that they “passed” in stanza three? What is communicated via the imagery of the “House” in stanza five?
4) Who is the speaker in Frost’s “Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening”?
5) Does Frost’s poem contain important imagery? How is this imagery important in communicating meaning?
6) What is the speaker’s attitude toward death in Frost’s poem?
7) In Oliver’s “Black Snake,” the death of the snake causes the speaker to contemplate death — and life. What does she conclude about both?
8) In Sexton’s “Cinderella,” the speaker relies on the classic fairytale Cinderella story. What does her comment on the ending of the tale, found in the last stanza of the poem, suggest about how the speaker views love? 
9) How would you describe the tone of the speaker when she says “That story”? 
10) What is the relationship between the first four stanzas and the Cinderella portion of the poem? What is the speaker trying to say by providing these stories in conjunction with the Cinderella tale?