The Bells--Edgar Allan Poe: Question Preview (ID: 7223)

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tinkle, tinkle, tinkle, / time, time, time, / Bells, bells, bells
a) onomatopoeia b) repetition c) symbol d) assonance
Hear the mellow wedding bells
a) alliteration b) repetition c) onomatopoeia d) assonance
Oh, from out the sounding cells, / What a gush of euphony voluminously wells! / How it swells! / How it dwells / On the Future! - how it tells
a) end rhyme b) alliteration c) repetition d) onomatopoeia
To the swinging and the ringing . . . . . . .To the rhyming and the chiming of the bells!
a) onomatopoeia b) internal rhyme c) repetition d) simile
What a tale of terror, now, their turbulency tells!
a) alliteration b) onomatopoeia c) repetition d) metaphor
How they clang, and clash and roar!
a) onomatopoeia b) symbol c) assonance d) repetition
How the danger sinks and swells, / By the sinking or the swelling in the anger of the
a) alliteration b) onomatopoeia c) assonance d) repetition
To the moaning and the groaning of the bells
a) assonance b) symbol c) internal rhyme d) onomatopoeia
From the molten - golden notes,
a) onomatopoeia b) assonance c) metaphor d) repetition
An ODE is
a) A lyric poem that laments the dead. b) A long narrative poem that records the adventures of a hero. c) A long, stately poem in stanzas of varied length, meter, and form. d) A type of poem characterized by brevity, compression, and the expression of feeling.
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