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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
CONTENTMENT

NOTES AND QUESTIONS
Discussion
. 1. With what statement does the first stanza open? 2. How is this statement contradicted in the same stanza? 3. What do the words "cold victuals" usually mean? What seems to be the poet's idea of "cold victuals"? 4. Find a statement in each stanza which is contradicted by other statements in the same stanza. 5. What does the poet say of his wants in the first line of the poem? What have you learned of his wants from the succeeding lines of the poem? 6. For what does he say that he is grateful? i. What furnishes the fun in the poem? 8. What do you think was the poet's purpose in writing this poem? 9. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: brownstone; subsist; baubles; unfruitful; vellum; recumbent. 10. Pronounce: victuals; mortgage; buhl.

TO AN INSECT

I love to hear thine earnest voice,
Wherever thou art hid,
Thou testy little dogmatist,
Thou pretty Katydid!
s Thou mindest me of gentlefolks
Old gentlefolks are theyThou say'st an undisputed thing
In such a solemn way.

Thou art a female, Katydid!
io I know it by the trill
That quivers through thy piercing notes,
So petulant and shrill;

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