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Which pair of words exemplify slant rhyme?
a) Evil, devil
b) Turning, burning
c) Lenore, nevermore
d) Remember, December

What does the Raven represent in the poem?
a) Death
b) Sin
c) The pain of losing Lenore
d) A bird

Which lines in every stanza use repetition?
a) 1st and 2nd
b) 3rd and 4th
c) 2nd and 4th
d) 4th and 5th

What does a raven symbolize in Christian cultures?
a) Sin, devil, death
b) Omen
c) Wisdom
d) Thought and Memory

What is the major symbol in The Raven?
a) The bust of Pallas
b) The door
c) The dying embers
d) The raven

What does respite mean?
a) An end
b) Temporary relief
c) Appearance
d) Felt surprised

What does placid mean?
a) Deceiving
b) Sinister
c) Temporary relief
d) Peaceful

What does marveled mean?
a) Felt surprised
b) Unattractive
c) Peaceful
d) Sinister

What does mien mean?
a) An end
b) Appearance
c) Sinister
d) Deceiving

What does ungainly mean?
a) Peaceful
b) Appearance
c) Deceiving
d) Ungraceful, awkward

What does beguiling mean?
a) Sinister
b) Unattractive
c) Deceiving
d) Peaceful

What does surcease mean?
a) An end
b) Unattractive
c) Appearance
d) Deceiving

What does ominous mean?
a) Unattractive
b) Peaceful
c) Sinister
d) Felt surprised

What does the Raven represent in Greek and Roman cultures?
a) Sin, devil, death
b) Omen
c) A bird
d) Wisdom

What does the raven have in common with what it symbolizes?
a) Neither will ever leave the speaker.
b) Both are black.
c) Nobody likes either of them.
d) They both remind the reader of death.

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