5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- figurative language
- Gwendolyn Brooks
- a writing or speech meant to be understood imaginatively instead of literally
- b the conditions under which a literary work occurs closely related to setting, but focuses more on the environment of the time and place
- c "The Bean Eaters"
- d has a formal tone that laments the death of someone
- e the repetition of vowel sounds
5 Multiple choice questions
- the way a writer uses language to reflect his or her unique personality and attitude toward topic, form, and audience
- a poem that tells a story and is written in four-to-six line stanzas, usually meant to be sung, rhyming
- "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
- a regular rhythmic pattern in poetry. determined by the number of beats or stresses in each line
- a figure of speech in which an animal, thing, force of nature, or an idea is described as if it were human or is given human characteristics
5 True/False questions
Marilyn Chin → "The Floral Apron"
speaker → the character who speaks in or narrates the poem
ode → a poem to honor or praise someone or something
lyric poem → a poem that tells a story
blank verse → unrhymed poetry with a rhythmic pattern known as iambic pentameter