5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Horatian (Satire)
- a Poetry's rhythm, or its pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. It is measured in units of feet
- b The type of formal satire which is "gentle, urbane, smiling"
- c Japanese verse in lines of five, seven, and five syllables, often depicting a delicate image.
- d Six feet
- e A long, dignified narrative poem which gives an account of a hero important to his nation or race
5 Multiple choice questions
- 4-lined stanza
- Poetry that attacks folly through ridicule
- Lyric poetry describing the life of the Shepard in pastoral, bucolic, idealistic terms
- An exaggeration for the sake of emphasis which is not meant to be taken literally
- A lyric poem in which the speaker tells an audience about a dramatic moment in his/her life, and in doing so, reveals his/her character
5 True/False questions
Metonymy → An implied comparison between two usually unrelated things indicating a likeness or analogy between attributes found in both things. It does NOT use "like" or "as", simply says one thing is another.
Epitaph → A short elegy inscribed on a tombstone or monument
Denotation → What a word suggests beyond its literal meaning; overtones of meaning
Cinquain → 4-lined stanza
Metaphor → The use of compatible, harmonious sounds to produce a pleasing, melodious effect