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Question 102.5 / 2.5 ptsPoem lamenting loss of something or someoneapostrophepersonification
elegyodeQuestion 112.5 / 2.5 pts
Question 122.5 / 2.5 ptsSomething stands for or represents something elsesymbolallusionimagerysimile
Question 132.5 / 2.5 ptsAttitude of author toward reader or subject matterpersonaangsttonepersonificationQuestion 142.5 / 2.5 ptsLong narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a herosonnetepicodeelegyQuestion 152.5 / 2.5 ptsUn-rhymed /un-metered poetry
Question 162.5 / 2.5 ptsPoem or stanza in four linesstanzafree versecoupletquatrainQuestion 172.5 / 2.5 ptsLine ending completes the line's idea or syntaxonomatopoeiatheme
Question 182.5 / 2.5 pts"Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley" usesmetaphoronomatopoeiasimilehubris
Question 192.5 / 2.5 pts"The old oak stretched out its arms" usesodeapostropheelegypersonification
Question 202.5 / 2.5 ptsMarianne Moore says "we do not admire what we cannot..."understandreadagree withcontradictQuestion 212.5 / 2.5 ptsIn "Because I could not stop for Death," Dickinson portrays Death asa young womana little childthe grim reapera gentleman caller

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