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There's a quite a few. I'm considering halfing them and making another board with the others..

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They were on the poems "Alone" by Transtromer, "The Nobel Prize" by Pasternak, and "First Frost" by Voznesensk. You can really quick google each poem. The questions show which poem they are for.
Maybe you should give your best guess and then come back with the ones that you are \(really\) uncertain about. It's an awful lot of questions.
Hm. Alright, good idea. :P
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