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LITERARY ELEMENTS From: “There Will Come Soft Rains”
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE “The voice-clock sang “‘Tick-tock, seven o’clock…’” A.Personification B.Onomatopoeia C.Foreshadowing D.Theme
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE “…where hot water whirled them…the dirty dishes were dropped” A.Setting B.Personification C.Alliteration D.Allusion
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE “The house was an altar with ten thousand attendants…” A.Metaphor B.Simile C.Personification D.Allusion
The incinerator is compared to “evil Baal” A.Metaphor B.Simile C.Personification D.Allusion CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE
“mice hummed out as softly as blown gray leaves” A.Metaphor B.Simile C.Personification D.Allusion
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE “The incinerator glowed suddenly and a whirl of sparks leaped up the chimney.” A.Setting B.Personification C.Alliteration D.Allusion
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE Technology must be developed very carefully, or it may destroy those who created it. A.Foreshadowing B.Setting C.Theme D.Allusion
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE “There Will Come Soft Rains” takes place in California in the year 2026 A.Foreshadowing B.Setting C.Theme D.Symbolism
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE The beginning of “There Will Come Soft Rains,” frequently references “the empty house” A.Foreshadowing B.Personification C.Theme D.Symbolism
CHOOSE THE ELEMENT THAT BEST FITS THE EXAMPLE The spreading fire in “There Will Come Soft Rains” represents the limits of technology. A.Foreshadowing B.Personification C.Theme D.Symbolism
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