5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Robert Frost
- verbal irony
- John Updike
- a "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
- b the repetition of initial consonant sounds
- c a writer says something but means another
- d the use of words or phrases that sound like the things to which they refer
- e "Ex-Basketball Player"
5 Multiple choice questions
- a fourteen line poem, usually in iambic pentameter, that follows one of a number of different rhyme schemes
- 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
- "The Bean Eaters"
- a regular rhythmic pattern in poetry. determined by the number of beats or stresses in each line
- "Introduction to Poetry"
5 True/False questions
lyric poem → the way a writer uses language to reflect his or her unique personality and attitude toward topic, form, and audience
symbol → a comparison of two seemingly unlike things using the word like or as
connotation → the set of ideas or emotional associations it suggests in addition to its actual meaning
ode → emotional attitude toward the reader or toward the subject implied by a literary work
Langston Hughes → "Dream Variations"