Annie Dillard's Death of a Moth is perhaps a bit more difficult to unravel than Woolf's moth musings, so we are going to try our hand at unraveling her meaning as well as how she crafted her essay.
From the packet, please blog your perspicacious answers to comprehension questions 1-3 and rhetoric questions 1-6.
...and your head!
As you do the questions above, you may find it useful to know the following: "A volatile and peripatetic poet, the prodigy Arthur Rimbaud wrote all of his poetry in a space of less than five years" (Poets.org). Hmmm, connections....