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Shadows in the Second Stanza

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A Lecture Upon the Shadow, John Donne, 1635

Donne, John. "A Lecture Upon the Shadow." Poetryfoundation.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Apr. 2016.

The shadows in the second stanza MOST LIKELY represent

I. Secrets the speaker and his subject might hide from each other.
II. The relationship between speaker and subject.
III. The metaphorical "blindness" of love.

A

I only.

B

I and II.

C

II and III.

D

III only.

E

I, II, and III.