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Review for Poetry Test! 2015
What do Narrative poems have that other poems don’t have?
Answer: Characters and a plot
Q: What does free verse mean?
A: The poem does not have a rhyme scheme
Q: What is personification?
A: Gives non-human objects human characteristics
Q: The flowers danced in the wind Is an example of what type of figurative language?
Q: I was as lonely as a single cloud. Is an example of what figurative language?
Q: I ain’t going to go. Is example of what literary device?
Q: What is Alliteration?
A: The same sound is repeated in a sentence.
Q: Life is a broken winged bird is an example of?
Q: The light blue flowers grew in the green field. What is this an example of?
A: Imagery – look for the 5 sense in a sentence.
Q: What does a sonnet end with?
A: A couplet
Q: What is historical context?
A: When the reader would have to know something that took place in history to understand the poem
Q: Why would a poet use repetition?
A: The want to emphasize something in the poem and do not want the reader to miss it.
Q: How do you know if a poem is written in first person?
A: It uses I, Me, Us.
Q: What is genre
A: A category of artistic composition, as in music, literature, characterized by similarities in form, style, or subject matter.
Q: What is Prose?
A: Written or spoken word in its ordinary form without metrical structure or verse.
Q: What is hyperbole?
A: exaggeration used for effect
A: What is extended metaphor?
A: compares two essentially unlike things at some length and in different ways.
Q: What is Epic
A: A long narrative poem on a serious subject and addresses universal; concerns such as good/evil, life/death, sin/redemption
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