5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- lyric poem
- a a deliberate, extravagant, and often outrageous exaggeration.
- b The concluding action of a drama, especially a classical tragedy, following the climax and containing a resolution of the plot.
- c any short poem that presents a single speaker who expresses thoughts and feelings. (sonnets and odes are a form of this)
- d A short, pithy and instructive statement of truth. Same thing as a Maxim.
- e the repetition of identical or similar vowel sounds.
5 Multiple choice questions
- That atmosphere of a literary work with the intention of evoking a certain emotion from the audience. may be created by setting, voice, tone, and theme.
- Two words back to back that mean opposite things. Pretty Ugly, or wise fool
- a type of irony in which a person appears to be praising something but is actually insulting it. Its purpose is to injure or to hurt.
- An author's distinctive literary style, basic vision, and general attitude toward the world.
- the arrangement of materials within a work; the relationship of the parts of a work to the whole; the logical divisions of a work.
5 True/False questions
apostrophe → a figure of speech in which someone, some abstract quality, or a nonexistent personage is directly addressed as though present.
free verse → rhyme that appears correct from spelling, but is half-rhyme or slant rhyme from the pronunciation. (watch and match, love and move)
metonymy → a figure of speech which is characterized by the substitution of a term naming an object closely associated with the word in mind for the word itself. The kind is the "crown"
tercet → a stanza of three lines in which each line ends with the same rhyme.
Epithet → a six-line stanza. commonly referred to as the second division of an Italian sonnet.