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7 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- is an exaggeration or overstatement.
- is a comparison of two things in which no word of comparison (like, as, or as if) is used.
- are the meaning(s), attitude(s), or idea(s)--abstract concept(s) that are suggested by imagistic details. One thing (theme) suggested in terms of the other (image). For example, light and dark imagery might suggest a relationship between good and evil, or indicate a difference between levels of knowing, ignorance versus knowledge or understanding, both of which are themes.
- is the repetition of consonant sounds in words. Alliteration is a special form of consonance.
- word arrangement. Likewise, poets can organize the words they use in a variety of ways to achieve different effects, create different, new even, meanings.
- is a comparison of two things using the words like, as, or as if.
6 True/False Questions
Anaphora → is a comparison of two things in which no word of comparison (like, as, or as if) is used.
Assonance → is the repetition of vowel sounds without repeating consonants.
Alliteration → is the repetition of usualy initial (first) consonant sounds in words.
Personification → is a literary device in which the author speaks of or describes an animal, object, or idea as if it were a person.
Imagery → is the representation through language of sensory experience--it is any language directed at any of any of the five senses. (sight--visual, sound--auditory, touch--tactile or kinesthetic, taste--gustatory, and smell--olfactory)
Connotation → is the meaning of the word suggested by its use and its context in a passage.