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27.Which of the above poems has a continuousrhythm?a.We Wear the Maskb.Poet Among Barbariansd. neither of these poemsc. both of these poems
28.Which of the above poems userhyme?
29.Which of the above poems usesmorehyperbole?
30.Which of the above poems usesenjambment?
31.Which of the above poems usesmetaphor?a.We Wear the Maskb.Poet Among Barbarians
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d. neither of these poemsc. both of these poems32.Which of the above poems usessimile?
33.Which of the above poems usesrepetition?
34.Which of the above poems usesmore personification?
35.In which of the above poems does the speaker use a pleasant or joyfultone?a.We Wear the Maskb.Poet Among Barbariansd. neither of these poemsc. both of these poems
A Patch of Old SnowRobert FrostThere’s a patch of old snow in a cornerThat I should have guessedWas a blow-away paper the rainHad brought to rest.It is speckled with grime as ifSmall print overspread it,The news of a day I’ve forgotten—If I ever read it.Bee, I’m Expecting You!Emily DickensonBee, I’m expecting you!Was saying yesterdayTo somebody you knowThat you were due.The frogs got home last week,Are settled and at work,Birds mostly back,The clover warm and thick.You’ll get my letter byThe seventeenth; reply,Or better, be with me.Yours,Fly.36.Which of the above poems usesrhyme?
37.Which of the above poems usesmore personification?
38.Which of the above poems usessimile?
39.Which of the above poems useshyperbole?a.A Patch of Old Snowb.Bee, I’m Expecting Youc. neitherd. both
40.Which of the above poems resembles a letter?

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Fall
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samford
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English, Poetry, Hyperbole, Alliteration, Rhetorical techniques, Personification
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