Test 1 Poem, Author, Terms Review - E316K Bruster Test 1 A Strife is Grown Philip Sidney From Astrophil and Stella A Valediciton Forbidding Mourning

Test 1 Poem, Author, Terms Review - E316K Bruster Test 1 A...

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E316K Bruster Test 1 1. A Strife is Grown Philip Sidney From Astrophil and Stella 2. A Valediciton: Forbidding Mourning" John Donne 3. A woman's face, with nature's own hand Painted William Shakespeare 4. Alliteration the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words 5. Anaphora the repetition of words or phrases at the beginning of consecutive lines or sentences 6. Apostrophe address to an absent or imaginary person 7. Artificial Characterized by artfulness or an author's artifice. Only the Poet imagines a Golden World. 8. Assonance Repetition of similar vowel sounds 9. At the round earth's imagined corners, blow John Donne (Dr. Donne) From Holy Sonnets 10. Batter my heart, Three Personed God John Donne (Dr. Donne) From Holy Sonnets 11. Blazon A poetic catalogue, typically of Body parts ordered in ascending or descending fashion and praiseful in purpose. 12. Chaucer is written in BLANK English Middle 13. Chaucer the Pilgrim's Two Apologies Improper Language and Improper Degree (a sort of wink since there really is none or it is at least debateable) 14. Chaucerian Irony double speaking without overt criticism or malice, gentle satire that usually accepts human fallibility, seeing it as an aesthetic issue rather than merely a moral one. 15. Death, be not proud John Donne (Dr. Donne) From Holy Sonnets

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