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Grade 7 :: Poetic Devices by Janet_L
/UU is an example of what rhythmic unit?
  1. iambic
  2. anapestic
  3. trochaic
  4. dactylic
Grade 7 :: Poetic Devices by Janet_L
The 2 most popular rhythms in poetry are what?
  1. iambic and anapestic
  2. trochaic and dactylic
  3. iambic and trochaic
  4. dactylic and anapestic
Grade 7 :: Figurative Language by marymullins
Grade 3 :: Figurative Language by tandas91
Grade 8 :: The Outsiders by hillsclass
How does Frost's poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay" relate to The Outsiders?
  1. Ponyboy learns that good things in life don't last.
  2. Ponyboy learns the flowers are beautiful.
  3. Ponyboy learns to fake his emotions.
  4. Ponyboy learns to choose a new friend
Grade 8 :: Poetry by phillipjreese

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Haiku usually have one of these in the last line:
  1. drumroll/rimshot
  2. punchline
  3. crescendo
  4. twist
Grade 8 :: Poetry by phillipjreese

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Grade 11 :: Poetry by SheilaH
Who was the author of the poem Chicago?
  1. Ryne Sandburg
  2. William Blake
  3. Carl Sandburg
  4. F. Scott Fitzgerald
Grade 6 :: Poetry by beestah
What was the Second Great Awakening?
  1. The second time that Sleeping Beauty awoke
  2. A period of religious reform in the United States from the 1790's to the 1830's
  3. A period during which thousands of Americans sought to reshape American life
Grade 11 :: Poetry by trosep
In Song of Myself, Walt Whitman expresses his identification with
  1. death
  2. nature
  3. his mother
  4. time
  5. none of the above
Grade 11 :: Poetry by trosep
Explain the meaning of these two lines from Song of Myself: "I too am not a bit tamed, I too am untranslatable, I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world."
  1. He is a free spirit, unlike other, more dignified authors.
  2. He is untamed, a wild heathen.
  3. He is trying to pretend he is like the hawk.
  4. No one understands him.
  5. none of the above
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