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5 Matching Questions

  1. style
  2. refrain
  3. onomatopoeia
  4. allusion
  5. pace
  1. a a reference to something in literature of history
  2. b an author's combined use of these ideas into a recurring pattern of usage
  3. c use of words which mimic their meaning in sound
  4. d tempo or rate implied by the structure and style of the poem
  5. e repeated word, phrase, line, or group of lines in a pattern

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. exaggeration, overstatement
  2. two successive lines which rhyme, usually at the end of a work
  3. harsh, non-melodic, unpleasant sounding arrangement of words
  4. a natural pause in the middle of a line, sometimes coinciding with punctuation
  5. symbolism; the part signifies the whole, or the whole the part (all hands on board)

5 True/False Questions

  1. sonnet14 line poem, fixed rhyme scheme, fixed meter (usually 10 syllables per line)


  2. conceitan extended witty, paradoxical, or startling metaphor


  3. didactic poetrypoetry with the primary purpose of teaching or preaching


  4. iambic pentameterpoetry with the primary purpose of teaching or preaching


  5. rhymerepetition of end sounds


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