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5 Matching questions

  1. Italian
  2. Catastrophe
  3. Digression
  4. Epigram
  5. Villanelle
  1. a Poetic form, 19 lines long, written in tercets with only 2 rhymes, 1st and 3rd lines of the first stanza alternating as the 3rd line in each successive stanza and forming a couplet at the end
  2. b Form as typified in the sonnets of Petrarch is abbaabba cdecde
  3. c Section of a composition or speed that has an intentional change of subject
  4. d A short poem with a clever twist at the end or a concise or witty statement
  5. e The scene in a tragedy which includes the death or moral destruction of the protagonist

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. When an author says one thing and means something else
  2. A fictional prose work of substantial length
  3. A monologue by a character who is not addressing another character. Usually a means of expressing the character's thoughts to the audience. Also called interior monologue
  4. Expression intended by the speaker to be less offensive, disturbing, or troubling to the listener than the word or phrase it replaces, makes it less troublesome for the speaker
  5. A stanza of four lines

5 True/False questions

  1. EpigraphA short poem with a clever twist at the end or a concise or witty statement

          

  2. Irony of situationStanza that combines different types of sonnets (Shakespearean, Italian, Petrarchan); A poetic stanza of eight lines, usually forming one part of a sonnet

          

  3. StrategyThe plan of action, the way writers writes to convey what he/she is trying to convey

          

  4. AmbiguityEvokes one of the five sense

          

  5. PastoralA literary work that has to do with shepherds and rustic settings