To what does Byron compare the woman's beauty?
What word in the poem refers to the woman's appearance?
What does the reader find so beautiful about the woman?
her dark hair
What is the interaction between the speaker and the woman?
he watches her as she passes
What does the speaker think the woman's beauty reflects?
What does the speaker mean in lines 5-6?
woman is most beautiful in the moonlight
What is meant by lines 7-9?
womans hair has the right combination of dark and light
How does the speaker confirm his opinion of the woman?
What is the rhyme scheme of the poem?
Ababab cdcdcd efefef
What is the structure of the poem?
3 six line stanzas
What is a simile?
comparison using like or as
Find a simile in this poem.
line 1. she walks in beauty like the night
To what does the speaker compare the woman?
clear, starry night
What is an extended metaphor? Give an example of one.
a simile that is extended throughout the poem