5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Billy Collins
- dramatic irony
- Robert Frost
- Langston Hughes
- a "Dream Variations"
- b when something is known by the reader or audience but unknown to the characters
- c a comparison of two seemingly unlike things using the word like or as
- d "Introduction to Poetry"
- e "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
5 Multiple choice questions
- a poem that tells a story and is written in four-to-six line stanzas, usually meant to be sung, rhyming
- the character who speaks in or narrates the poem
- "Sonnet 18"
- overstatement or exaggeration used for dramatic effect
- a poem that tells a story
5 True/False questions
repetition → a writer's intentional reuse of a sound, word, phrase, or sentence. used to emphasize ideas or to create a musical effect
denotation → the set of ideas or emotional associations it suggests in addition to its actual meaning
assonance → a fourteen line poem, usually in iambic pentameter, that follows one of a number of different rhyme schemes
stanza → a group of lines
meter → has a formal tone that laments the death of someone