5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Edna St. Vincent Millay
- Jamaica Kincaid
- dramatic irony
- a overstatement or exaggeration used for dramatic effect
- b the author's choice of words
- c "I Know I am but Summer to your heart"
- d "Holidays"
- e when something is known by the reader or audience but unknown to the characters
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the character who speaks in or narrates the poem
- a group of lines
- "The Floral Apron"
- writing or speech meant to be understood imaginatively instead of literally
- anything that stands for or represents both itself and something else
5 True/False Questions
voice → emotional attitude toward the reader or toward the subject implied by a literary work
simile → the way a writer uses language to reflect his or her unique personality and attitude toward topic, form, and audience
assonance → a fourteen line poem, usually in iambic pentameter, that follows one of a number of different rhyme schemes
sonnet → a fourteen line poem, usually in iambic pentameter, that follows one of a number of different rhyme schemes
William Shakespeare → language that creates pictures by appealing to the senses of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell