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16. The form of the poem "God's Grandeur" is that of A. an Italian sonnet. B. a villanelle. C. blank verse. D. an English sonnet.
The form of the poem "God's Grandeur" is that of an Italian sonnet.
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6. Hopkins's use of "seared," "bleared," and "smeared" is an example of A. assonance. B. metaphor. C. alliteration. D. simile.
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17. Which one of the following elements is characteristic of the poem "Richard Cory"? A. Lack of rhyme scheme B. Blank verse C. Sonnet form D. Surprise ending
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Surprise ending is a characteristic of the poem "Richard Cory".

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