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The Raven and Incident in a Rose Garden

Review for 2013 Midterm Exam
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In The Raven the narrator/speaker.....
misses Lenore
Why is the speaker in the Raven reading?
to forget his sorrow over the lost Lenore
What is the setting of the narrative poem The Raven?
bleak and dreary December, in his chamber
The mood of The Raven is....
melancholy and mournful
... doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before... is an example of-
Alliteration, repeated consonant d in the beginning of the words
...caught from some unhappy master whom unmerciful Disaster..... is an example of what literary poetic device?
internal rhyme- master and disaster
What is the conflict in the Raven?
Speaker's loneliness and desire to be with the dead Lenore
Is there a resolution in The Raven?
NO
The speaker in The Raven thinks the raven can........
tell the future
At the end of The Raven the speaker wants the Raven to........
fly away
The conflict in Incident in a Rose Garden is........
Death has come for someone
Who is telling the story in Incident in a Rose Garden?
The young master
Why did the gardener quit his job?
He is afraid he is about to die and wants to see his sons and California
Whom did Death really come for that day?
The master
Death appears to the gardener dressed in......
black jacket, black gloves and a broad black hat
Death appears to the young master as......
a Spanish waiter
Death appears to the old gardener first but is really there for the young master. This is an example of....
irony
Poetry that tells a story or recounts events in a way similar to a short story
narrative
occurrence of similar or identical sounds at the end of two or more words, like suite, heat, etc.
rhyme
occurrence of rhyme that is in a single line of poetry
internal rhyme
pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry
rhythm
technique in which a sound, word, phrase or line is repeated for emphasis
repetition
repetition of vowel sounds in non-rhyming words
assonance