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% You can pick up your graded rhythm & meter test today from 1-3 in  Murray 020 and from 3-4:30 from Leandra Cain, Professor Williams'  assistant, in Murray 104. This will be useful to you as you prepare for  the final! % A reminder: I posted a terms list in the "Resources" section of the site.  Here's some more info about the final:   % Your test will be in Murray Hall 213 (this is across the hall from our usual  room) at 8 a.m. on Monday, December 15. There are NO make-ups,  so you must come then and you must come on time. % The test will be geared towards putting things together (for example, you  might look at a sonnet and need to be able to recognize the figure of  address at the beginning of a sestet). Most of the exam will be  recognizing metaphor and figures of address and meter. % This test will have some multiple choice and fill in the blank to  demonstrate that you've learned over the course of the semester. % You won't define terms, but identify the device in use (for example: be  able to recognize that “light and lively” is alliterative). % Some questions will be geared at helping you see metaphor in action— you'll need to identify what's being compared to what. % A few short answer questions will be interpretive. You won't have to write  much, but you'll need to be able to get at the heart of a metaphor or  a figure of address. The test will have a little scansion—not especially difficult scansion.  Understand the ballad stanza and blank verse; know what the different feet  are and be able to recognize iambic pentameter.
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