5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- example of a characteristic of prose
- True Rhyme
- Narrative Poem
- folk ballad
- a it is printed or written with margins whereas poetry often ignores the margins, especially the right margin. Additionally, some words and even parts of words when spoken are stressed while others are unstressed
- b a narrative or description having a second meaning beneath the surface one
- c narrative poem designed to be sung, composed by an anonymous author, and transmitted orally for years or generations before being written down
- d When things really rhyme we call them this kind of rhyme.
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the internal organization of a poem's content
- is the representation of one thing by another thing. A statue is an image. Figurative language is a another word to describe the word_____________
- two successive lines, usually in the same meter, linked by rhyme
- what a word suggests beyond its basic dictionary definition; a word's overtones of meaning
- This is a poetry form... There is no external pattern, but there is often an implied of "felt" pattern.
5 True/False questions
rhetorical poetry → poetry using artificially eloquent language; that is, language too high-flown for its occasion and unfaithful to the full complexity of human experience
dramatic irony → a device by which the author implies a different meaning from that intended by the speaker in a literary work
Modern Free Verse → Does not rely on meter, often pays more attention to the shape of the poem instead of the sound of the poem.
anaphora → a figure of speech in which an implicit comparison is made between two things essentially unlike
free verse → unrhymed iambic pentameter