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Correct! You have to remain at least as active a reader in poetry as you did in prose and drama.
Question 51 / 1 ptsWhat would you classify the first three lines of the quatrain? In methou seestthe twilight ofsuch day/ As after sunset fadeth inthe west, / Which byand byblack nightdoth takeaway, / Death’ssecond self, that sealsup allin rest. —Shakespeare, Sonnet 73
Question 61 / 1 ptsTrue or False: The metaphysical poets used elaborate metaphors and preferred intellect over sentiment in their poetry.
Question 71 / 1 ptsIn the poem by Anne Bradstreet, she notes: “If ever two were one, then surely we.” Who is she referring to?God
IncorrectQuestion 80 / 1 ptsWhich of the following is defined as the substitution of a representative term of one thing for another thing which most readers would associate with the first one?MetonymySynecdocheHyperboleNone of the aboveTry again. Consider how metonymy is the substitution of a representation of something else
when deciding on an answer. (Poetry Literary Terms: A GuideLinks to an external site.)
Question 90.8 / 1 ptsPoets use devices to convey deeper meanings, or themes in their poems. Check all the items that apply to conveying deeper meaning.
MythsQuestion 101 / 1 ptsTrue or False: Personification is a metaphor that empowers an inanimate object with animate characteristics.
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