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1. In "The Causes of Saints," is there a connection between the saints and the telegraph? Discuss.

2. As in the poem, "Goldfish with the Faces of Old Men," has the face or expression of an animal ever stirred you? Relate one experience.

3. In "Spinning the Record," an analogy is drawn between a stylus gradually destroying a record and a life well-lived requiring the will to slowly die. Explore this thought.

4. Relate the life of the actress in the poem, "The Later Lana," to that of the protagonist.