the Thought-Fox is a metapoetic utterance. What doe this mean?
what is metafiction?
what is metatheater?
The fox is a metaphor for what?
Is the fox real?
What is the importance and similarities of the black sky, the white snow, and the page the writer is writing on?
how is the clock and the writer similar?
Why doesthe fox appear lame?
what is the subject, object, and verb of a sentence?
What does the writer mean when he described the foxes eyes as entering its head? (2 possibilities)
is the poem in first person?
how do prints apply to the fox and the writer?
What is a rook?
What do these kinds of birds stand for?
what deos largesse mean?
What does Desultory mean?
what is the difference between the rook and the thought fox?
Does the writer have a particular hope about the rook?
How is the writer felling while she writes this?
Does her mood change at all from the beginning to the end of the poem?
how is her writing a cycle?