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8th Grade Final

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Born on December 10th, in 1830. Emily Dickinson
Born on October 31st, 1795. John Keats
Born on May 31st, 1819. Walt Whitman
Born on March 26th, 1874. Robert Frost
This poet was born in San Francisco but moved to New England at age 11. Robert Frost
This poet's family discovered over a thousand poems that had been written after the poets death. Emily Dickinson
This poet lost both of his parents at a young age John Keats
This most famous work of this poet is known as Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman
This poet's wife was named Elinor. Robert Frost
By the 1860's this poet lived in almost complete isolation. Emily Dickinson
This poet was born in Amherst, Massachusetts. Emily Dickinson
This poet was the oldest of four children. John Keats
This poet founded a weekly newspaper called, The Long-Islander. Walt Whitman
This poet wrote the poem titled, "I'm Nobody, Who are You?" Emily Dickinson
"Hear the sledges with the bells" is the first line of a poem by who? Edgar Allan Poe
Name two items that represent symbolism in the poem, "The Cremation of Sam McGee" Cold, stars, the corpse, the midnight sun
This poet wrote a poem called, "O Captain, My Captain" Walt Whitman
Name one metaphor used in, "I'm Nobody, Who are you?" The bog and the frog
The repetition of initial consonant sounds Alliteration
A poem in verse that tells a story Ballad
An unrhymed form of poetry that consist of ten syllables. Blank Verse
The pattern of repetition of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line of poetry Meter
The use of a word whose sound suggests its meaning Onomatopoeia
The repetition of vowel sounds without the repetition of consonants. Assonance
The rhyming of words that appear at the ends of two or more lines of poetry End Rhyme
A two line stanza Couplet
The similarity or likeness of sound that exist between two words Rhyme
The repeating of words or phrases Repetition
A comparison of two unlike things Metaphor
This poet wrote a poem about a grasshopper and a cricket John Keats
This poet died at age 55 Emily Dickinson
This poet died on March 28th, 1886 Walt Whitman
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