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Q: The technique of determining the use of meter in poem is _____. analysis interpretation scansion evaluation Question #19TrueFalse Score: The chief difference between poetry and prose is that all
poetry is rhymed. TrueFalse Question #20Matching Score: Match the example to the word. 1. purring kitten personification 2. playing people passed the pond assonance 3. I know that goat odor. metonymy 4. He looked at his totaled bicycle and said calmly, "It's just a scratch." alliteration 5. Although the monarchy lacks formal power, he still respects the crown. metaphor 6. My computer is moody this morning. understatement 7. "Son, that finger painting is a masterpiece!" onomatopoeia 8. "This is wonderful," he said while looking at his totaled bicycle. simile 9. Her smile is a breath of fresh air. hyperbole 10. His disposition is as light as a marshmallow. irony Question #21Matching Score: Match the definition to the word. 1. imitation of natural sounds onomatopoeia 2. repetition of initial consonant sounds alliteration 3. repetition of vowel sounds understatement 4. saying less than is meant simile 5. a part representing the whole hyperbole 6. attributing human characteristics to inanimate objects metonymy 7. blatant exaggeration assonance 8. discrepancy between what is said and what is meant irony 9. comparison withoutlikeoras metaphor 10. comparison usinglikeoras personification Question #22MultipleChoice Score: The most common foot in English poetry is the _____. iambtrocheeanapestdactylspondee Question #23MultipleChoice Score: What figure of speech is the following? "Of a surf-tormented shore," metaphorsimilepersonificationnone of the above Question #24TrueFalse Score: Synecdoche is a type of irony. TrueFalse Question #25TextMultipleChoice Score: Determine the rhyme scheme of the following poem. Thou ill-formed offspring of my feeble brain, echbagdf Who after birth did'st by my side remain, dceahfgb Till snatched from thence by friends, less wise than true, dcafhgeb Who thee abroad exposed to public view; abdfgceh Made thee in rags, halting, to the press to trudge ebhagcdf Where errors were not lessened, all may judge. eadgcfhb At thy return my blushing was not small, aghbdfce My rambling brat (in print) should mother call fdchbgea Question #26TrueFalse Score: A poem should have the same meaning for all readers. TrueFalse Question #27TextMultipleChoice Score: Determine the rhyme scheme of the following poem. SONNET XXIII Methought I saw my late espoused saint hbecgfda Brought to me, like Alcestis, from the grave, hbadefcg Whom Jove's great son to her glad husband gave, cdehgfab Rescu'd from death by force, though pale and faint. cbefadhg Mine, as whom wash'd from spot of child-bed taint bahdecfg Purification in the old Law did save, gdbfecah And such as yet once more I trust to have fgdebach Full sight of her in Heaven without restraint, gcebhdaf Came vested all in white, pure as her mind; dfgchabe Her face was veil'd, yet to my fancied sight aceghfdb Love, sweetness, goodness, in her person shin'd bdgefach So clear as in no face with more delight. cbehdafg But Oh! as to embrace me she inclin'd, dghbcfae I wak'd, she fled, and day brought back my night. fecabhdg —John Milton Question #28TrueFalse Score: The sound of a poem should echo its sense. TrueFalse Question #29TextMultipleChoice Score: Identify the meter and length of the following line. "A bird came down the walk" Meter: trochaicdactylicanapesticiambic Line Length: hexametertrimetertetrameterpentameter Question #30Matching Score: Match the example to the word. 1. "This soup is heavenly." hyperbole 2. "Hot sun, cool fire" metonymy 3. "My soul, sit thou a patient looker on." personification 4. "The air is cotton candy." simile 5. "Innocence is closing up his eyes." paradox 6. "The pen is mightier than the sword." apostrophe 7. "I wandered lonely as a cloud." metaphor Question #31TrueFalse Score: The line "I scarcely grieve, O Nature!" is an example of apostrophe. TrueFalse Question #32Matching Score: Match the description to the word. 1. a line of verse consisting of five feet pentameter 2. a foot having one accented syllable followed by one unaccented syllable ballad 3. a poem having fourteen lines and a formal arrangement of rhymes, usually written in iambic pentameter trochee 4. a poem that tells a story quatrain 5. a stanza or poem with four lines, usually with alternate rhymes sonnet Question #33TrueFalse Score: "My love is like a red, red rose" is a simile. TrueFalse Question #34MultipleChoice Score: Decide whether the following is a simile, metaphor, or neither. His lips were bright red. similemetaphorneither Question #35MultipleChoice Score: A pause within a line of poetry is _____. a breaka consonancea caesuraan end rhyme
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