5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- octave (octet)
- "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
- Piet Mondrian
- a Dutch painter of "Composition with Red, Yellow, and Blue"; known for the precision of his geometrical arrangements
- b poem by Robert Frost that begins with these lines:
"Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village, though..."
- c term for a three-line stanza
- d term for a four-line stanza
- e term for an eight-line stanza
5 Multiple choice questions
- form of poetry with no grouping of lines or breaks
- American poet, playwright, and short story writer who wrote about Archy and Mehitabel
- term for a two-line stanza
- American poet, author, and playwright who believed strongly in individualism when writing poetry; author of "i thank You God for most this amazing"
- traditional pattern which applies to an entire poem
5 True/False questions
English or Shakespearean sonnet → sonnet made up of three quatrains and a couplet; often presents three examples or ideas in the quatrains, and a conclusion in the couplets
limerick → term for a three-line stanza
John Keats → a fourteen-line poem (usually written in iambic pentameter) with a definite pattern of two basic varieties, Italian or English
sonnet → a fourteen-line poem (usually written in iambic pentameter) with a definite pattern of two basic varieties, Italian or English
Robert Frost → traditional pattern which applies to an entire poem