English 1302 Test 2

English 1302 Test 2 - Question 1 1.92 out of 1.92 points A...

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Question 1 1.92 out of 1.92 points A symbol is Answer Selected Answer: Question 2 1.92 out of 1.92 points According to the speaker of Emily Dickinson’s poem, “Presentiment—is that long Shadow—on the lawn.” This line is an example of Answer Selected Answer: A. metaphor. Question 3 1.92 out of 1.92 points An elegy is a lyric poem written to commemorate someone who is Answer Selected Answer: C. dead. Question 4 1.92 out of 1.92 points
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Based on the following lines from William Blake’s “London,” what tone do his images convey? In every cry of every man, In every infant’s cry of fear In every voice, in every ban The mind-forged manacles I hear Answer Selected Answer: C. Desolation Question 5 1.92 out of 1.92 points Descriptive language that deals with any of the five senses is called Answer Selected Answer: D. imagery Question 6 1.92 out of 1.92 points Edward Arlington Robinson’s “Richard Cory” is about a wealthy man who is envied by most, but who “Went home and put a bullet through his head.” This poem is an example of Answer Selected Answer: situational irony. Question 7
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1.92 out of 1.92 points In talking about poems, dramatic irony refers to Answer Selected Answer: Question 8 1.92 out of 1.92 points In____________, a sentence or clause runs onto the next line without a break. Answer Selected Answer: C. enjambment Question 9 1.92 out of 1.92 points Read the question and select the best possible answer.Rhyme scheme is a structural device that uses a pattern of________in a stanza Answer Selected Answer: B. end rhyme Question 10 1.92 out of 1.92 points
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Read the question and select the best possible answer.To scan a poem means to Answer Selected Answer: Question 11 1.92 out of 1.92 points The __________ of a poem is the basic rhythm created by the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables. Answer Selected Answer: A. meter Question 12 1.92 out of 1.92 points The lines “And sprinkling and twinkling and wrinkling, / And sounding and bounding, and rounding” from Robert Southey’s “The Cataract of Lodore” are examples of Answer Selected Answer: internal rhyme. Question 13 1.92 out of 1.92 points
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The lines “Br-r-r-am- m-m, rackety-am-m, OM, Am: / All-r-r- room, r-r-ram, ala- bas-ter— / Am” from “ What the Motorcycle Said” are an example of Answer Selected Answer: onomatopoeia. Question 14
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1302 taught by Professor Nancymyers during the Spring '07 term at Tarrant County.

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English 1302 Test 2 - Question 1 1.92 out of 1.92 points A...

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