KSA- Poetic Devices & Concepts Review
Quiz by Dakota Lunsford
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A comparison that uses like or as.29
A comparison that uses like or as.
A comparison that DOES NOT use like or as.
An extreme exaggeration
Giving human characteristics to non-human objects.
Language that is not literal.
The repetition of beginning sounds (i.e. How much would could a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?)
A reference to something that happened in literature, mythology, history, etc.
True or False: Poetry must rhyme.
True or False: Concrete poetry takes the shape of the subject of the poem.
True or False: Mood is how the author feels about the topic. Tone is how the reader feels after reading.
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