5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- dramatic irony
- William Shakespeare
- John Updike
- a "Ex-Basketball Player"
- b when something is known by the reader or audience but unknown to the characters
- c "Sonnet 18"
- d a figure of speech in which an animal, thing, force of nature, or an idea is described as if it were human or is given human characteristics
- e a poem that tells a story and is written in four-to-six line stanzas, usually meant to be sung, rhyming
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the author's choice of words
- "Eating Alone"
- the way a writer uses language to reflect his or her unique personality and attitude toward topic, form, and audience
- "Making a Fist"
- "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
5 True/False Questions
hyperbole → anything that stands for or represents both itself and something else
denotation → a words dictionary meaning without any emotional associations
Gwendolyn Brooks → "The Bean Eaters"
connotation → a words dictionary meaning without any emotional associations
metaphor → a comparison in which one thing is spoken or written about as if it were another