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Couplet
a) words spoken by a character in a play, usually in an undertone or to the audience b) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme c) the humorous use of a word or phrase to suggest two or more meanings at the same time d) five verse feet with each foot an iamb (a total of ten syllables)
Iambic Pentameter
a) words spoken by a character in a play, usually in an undertone or to the audience b) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme c) the humorous use of a word or phrase to suggest two or more meanings at the same time d) five verse feet with each foot an iamb (a total of ten syllables)
Pun
a) words spoken by a character in a play, usually in an undertone or to the audience b) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme c) the humorous use of a word or phrase to suggest two or more meanings at the same time d) five verse feet with each foot an iamb (a total of ten syllables)
Sonnet
a) a fourteen-line lyric poem, usually written in iambic pentameter, that has one of several rhyme sche b) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme c) words spoken by a character in a play, usually in an undertone or to the audience d) two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
What literary term is used in the following line “as smooth as your forehead are the gulch and the bramble”?
a) Metaphor b) Hyperbole c) Personification d) Simile
A literary work in which the main character is brought to ruin or suffers extreme sorrow is a:
a) Tragedy b) Sonnet. c) Soliloquy d) Comedy
“Come, gentle night, come, loving, black brow’d night.” This passage is an example of
a) Simile b) Foreshadowing c) Oxymoron d) Personification
“Sweet sorrow” and “loving hate” are examples of:
a) Simile b) Personification c) Oxymoron d) Metaphor
As he is dying in Romeo's arms, Mercutio says to him, "Ask me [about my death] tomorrow, and you shall find me a grave man." This is an example of:
a) Hyperbole b) Pun c) Oxymoron d) Monologue
Which figurative language term is used in the line “and thou art wedded to calamity”?
a) Simile b) Irony c) Personification d) Onomatopoeia
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