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Beyond tone, a poet's attitude toward his or her subject reveals to us a poem's A. theme. B. structure. C. diction. D. subject
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User: Beyond tone, a poet's attitude toward his or her subject reveals to us a poem's A. theme. B. structure. C. diction. D. subject

Weegy: Beyond tone, a poet's attitude toward his or her subject to reveals to us a poem's theme.
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User: The descriptive terms "cheerful," "melancholy," and "angry" refer to a poem's A. tone. B. sound. C. type. D. structure

Weegy: The descriptive terms "cheerful," "melancholy," and "angry" refer to a poem's TONE.
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User: The words and phrases a poet choose to use are referred to as A. diction. B. structure. C. meter. D. theme.

Weegy: The words and phrases a poet choose to use are referred to as: DICTION.
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User: n an allusion, the importance lies in what a word A. rhymes with. B. sounds like. C. states. D. represents.

Weegy: In an allusion, the importance lies in what a word represents.
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User: Who is the speaker in Sandburg's "Grass"? A. A passenger B. Napoleon C. The grass D. A conductor

Weegy: The Grass is the speaker in Sandburg's "Grass".
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User: Allusions are defined as A. verses that are written without end rhymes and without any kind of strict meter. B. two concepts that have nothing in common being put together for description. C. references to things, places, people, and events outside of the reading selection. D. types of figurative language that are used to state informative facts and ideas.

Weegy: Allusions are defined as references to things, places, people, and events outside of the reading selection.
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User: Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of A. metaphor. B. simile. C. alliteration. D. assonance.

Weegy: Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of assonance.
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User: What's the best definition of the term "paraphrase"? A. To rewrite figurative language into solid, simple facts B. To analyze every single line for hidden meanings C. To explain what a person's abstract words actually mean D. To put another person's writing into your own words

Weegy: The term "paraphrase" means to put another person's writing into your own words.
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User: Diction is what determines a poet's A. structure and sound. B. words and phrases. C. subject and theme. D. rhyme and meter.

Weegy: Diction is what determines a poet's words and phrases.
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User: How does paraphrasing help readers understand poetry? A. It helps readers understand what the meaning is behind different types of figurative language. B. It maintains archaic terms so as not to change the meaning of the poem. C. It allows the reader to create his or her own meanings for the similes and metaphors. D. It inspires readers to come up with their own allusions, and paradoxes when reading poems. Mark for review (Will be highlighted on the review page)

Weegy: Paraphrasing help readers understand poetry by helping readers understand what the meaning is behind different types of figurative language.
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User: When a poet changes the meter in a poem, it forces the reader to A. emphasize key words. B. paraphrase the meaning. C. focus on figurative language. D. overlook some syllables.

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When a poet changes the meter in a poem, it forces the reader to emphasize key words.
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Which poetry element affects the poem's sound? A. Type B. Rhythm C. Theme D. Subject
Weegy: Rhythm affects the poem's sound. User: The main idea of a poem is also known as the A. type. B. meter. C. subject. D. sound. (More)
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The main idea of a poem is also known as the subject.
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The theme of Sandburg's poem "Grass" is A. peace. B. forgetfulness. C. war. D. freedom.
Weegy: The theme of Sandburg's poem "Grass" is forgetfulness. User: In Donne's sonnet, what does the phrase "one short sleep past" mean? A. Death is more permanent than sleep. B. Death, like a nap, isn't permanent. C. Death comes sooner than expected. D. Death is unavoidable Weegy: In Donne's sonnet, the phrase "one short sleep past" means: Death, like a nap, isn't permanent. User: To paraphrase a poem means to A. analyze the meter. B. rewrite it in one's own words. C. summarize its theme. D. determine the rhyme scheme. Weegy: To paraphrase a poem means to rewrite it in one's own words. User: In Emily Dickinson's poem, she writes, "How frugal is the Chariot / That bears a human soul".These lines feature what type of figurative language? A. Alliteration B. Paradox C. Allusion D. Personification Weegy: In Emily Dickinson's poem, she writes, "How frugal is the Chariot / That bears a human soul". These lines feature: paradox. User: Narrative, descriptive, and reflective refer to three A. standard meters. B. major themes. C. styles of diction. D. types of poems. Weegy: Narrative, descriptive, and reflective refer to three types of poems. User: Which of the following is the best definition of a paradox? A. The pattern of syllables B. The pairing of opposites C. The repetition of sounds D. The choice of words Weegy: The best definition of a paradox is the pairing of opposites. User: When writing nonfiction, an author has far more freedom A. in what they have the characters say and do. B. to use their imagination and create new ideas. C. in how they present their internal conflicts. D. to move around from one setting to another. Weegy: When writing nonfiction, an author has more freedom to move around from one setting to another. User: A type of personal nonfiction is a/an A. memoir. B. article about current politics. ... (More)
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