5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Spenserian (Sonnet)
- a Proper name used as a noun
- b A specialized form of the Shakespearean sonnet with linking rhyme "abab bcbc cdcd ee"
- c The addressing directly of someone or something usually not present or alive as though it were present or alive
- d A unit of meter. It can have two or three syllables and generally consists of one stressed and one or more unstressed syllables.
- e A play on words based on the similarity of sound between two words with different meanings
5 Multiple choice questions
- A run on line, continuing into the next without a grammatical break
- An extra unaccented syllable at the beginning of a line before the meter begins
- A foot with stressed, unstressed, and stressed syallables
- A reference to another work of literature or previous event in history
- Poetry's rhythm, or its pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. It is measured in units of feet
5 True/False questions
Tetrameter → Seven feet
Rhyme Scheme → A seven-lined stanza of iambic pentameter rhyming "ababbcc"
Structure → The internal organization of a poem's content
Eye Rhyme → Rhyme that appears correct from the spelling but is not from the pronunciation
Horatian (Satire) → The type of formal satire which is "biting, bitter, and angry"