5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- figure of speech
- didactic poetry
- a poetry having as a primary purpose to teach or preach
- b a four-line stanza; a four-line division of a sonnet marked off by its rhyme scheme
- c a compact paradox in which two successive words seemingly contradict each other
- d figure of speech in which some significant aspect or detail of an experience is used to represent the whole experience
- e any way of saying something other than the ordinary way; a way of saying something and meaning another
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- unrhymed iambic pentameter
- a figure of speech in which what is meant is the opposite of what is said
- Longer than some poems, it is usually a slowly unfolding description of some event and often includes humor. It is easy to read and is usually sequential.
- a sonnet consisting of an octave rhyming ABBAABBA and of a sestet using any arrangement of two or three additional rhymes, such as CDCDCD or CDECDE
- Word choice. The words a poet chooses contributes to the poems effect.
5 True/False Questions
example of a characteristic of prose → a pattern set up and rigorously followed through the poem
allegory → a narrative or description having a second meaning beneath the surface one
satire → a kind of literature that ridicules human folly or vice with the ostensible purpose of bringing about reform or of keeping others from falling into similar folly or vice
Find the Example of Figurative Language → As I tugged on its leash, my suitcase followed behind me like a large reluctant dog.
anaphora → a figure of speech in which an implicit comparison is made between two things essentially unlike