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Test 8 review

review for Test 8 on 1/31/11

QuestionAnswer
Who was a false plainness in "The Ugly Duckling?" Princess Camilla
What is first covered by "twilight gray" livery and then a "silver mantle" in "Evening?" the earth
What city did Helen Keller plan to observe? New York
According to "A Thing of Beauty," how long does something beautiful last? forever
In "The Coin," where does the speaker slip the coin? into the heart's treasury
Beethoven discovered that the female musician had what handicap? She was blind
For what is the speaker thankful in "The One Thousandth Psalm? everything
Carlos takes the place of whom in "The Ugly Duckling?" Prince Simon
During which season does the speaker enjoy nature in "God's World?" autumn
What time of day does "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" describe? sunrise/morning
Who is Clarence's teacher? Herr M.
What animal did Grant Wood, along with his mother, shape out of a steak for Christmas dinner? a duck
In "Barter," what does life have to sell? loveliness
In Rupert Brooke's poem, the authoe talks abouts the things he has what? loved
What is the noblest instrument? violin
"Sweet Is the Breath of Morn" refers to the sounds of what kind of animal? birds
What will never be far in "Night?" a lovely thing
What incorrect answer did Carlo give to the riddle? dog
"Does a mother recall the first cry of her baby, I wonder? comes from what title? "The Noblest Instrument" (Life With Father)
"Glory be to God for dappled things" comes from what title? "Pied Beauty"
"Lord of all, to Thee we raise This our hymn of grateful praise" comes from what title? "For the Beauty of the Earth"
"Look for a lovely things and you will find it," It is not far-It never will be far" is from what title? "Night"
"I give you with this kiss A wedding-day surprise. Where ignorance is bliss 'Tis folly to be wise" is from what title? "The Ugly Duckling"
What is alliteration? The repetition of consonant sounds, especially at the beginning of words that appear close together.
What is apostrophe? A literary device in which the author or speaker addresses an inanimate object or quality as it it were a person or addresses an absent person as if he were present.
An implied comparison in which one thing is described in terms of another is what? Metaphor
A literary philosophy which emphasizes feelings and nature is called? Romanticism
Who wrote Endymion ("A Thing of Beauty")? John Keats
Who wrote Life with Father ("The Noblest Instrument")? Clarence Day
Edna St. Vincent Millay wrote what? "God's World"
William Wordsworth wrote what? "Composed upon Westminster Bridge?"
Who wrote Paradise Lost ("Sweet is the Breath of Morn,") John Milton
Created by: Mrs. Howie