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Dante Quiz 1 Canti 1&2

Dante Quiz 1 Canti 1&2 - Question 1 10 of 10 points 1...

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Question 1 10 of 10 points 1. Dante is in the urban setting of the city of Florence at the beginning of the narrative in Inferno 1. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Question 2 10 of 10 points 2. The poem (both in Italian and in the English translation) is written in stanzas of three lines each. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: True Feedback: The meter is called 'terza rima' and its pattern is ABA BCB CDC DED and so on. Question 3 10 of 10 points 3. In the comparison or simile at line 18 and following, the protagonist is compared to a shipwrecked victim. Selected Answer: True Correct Answer: True Feedback: Wait till you see what Dante does with this image in Inferno 26. Question 4 10 of 10 points 4. An indefinite number of animals interrupts the pilgrim's progress up the hill. Selected Answer: False Correct Answer: False Feedback: Three animals confront Dante. Question 5 10 of 10 points 5. The animal that causes the most trouble for Dante is the she-wolf.
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