5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Juvenalian (Satire)
- Verbal Irony
- a Elaborate lyric verse in which deals seriously with a dignified theme.
- b The type of formal satire which is "biting, bitter, and angry"
- c A figure of speech in which the actual intent is expressed in words that carry the opposite meaning
- d A reference to another work of literature or previous event in history
- e Any expression so often used that its freshness and clarity have worn off. A dead metaphor
5 Multiple choice questions
- The literal or dictionary meaning of a word
- The use of inharmonious sounds in close conjuction for effect; opposite of euphony
- A seven-lined stanza of iambic pentameter rhyming "ababbcc"
- The addressing directly of someone or something usually not present or alive as though it were present or alive
- 6-lined stanza
5 True/False questions
Euphony → The use of compatible, harmonious sounds to produce a pleasing, melodious effect
Light Verse → A general category of poetry written to entertain, such as lyric poetry, epigrams, and limericks. It can also have a serious side, as in parody or satire
Poetry → Poetry's rhythm, or its pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. It is measured in units of feet
Sestina → A division of a poem based on thought or form
Onomatopoeia → What a word suggests beyond its literal meaning; overtones of meaning