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Poetry Unit #1

The Bells, The Raven, & The Seven Ages of Man

QuestionAnswer
Highly musical verse that expresses the observations and feelings of a single speaker Lyric Poetry
The pattern of beats or stresses in a language Rhythm
The repetition of initial consonant sounds Alliteration
The repetition of sounds at the ends of words Rhyme
The use of words that imitate sounds Onomatopoeia
Fully; in great volume Voluminously
Beating rapidly; throbbing Palpitating
Uninterrupted repetition of the same tone Monotone
Song of joy or triumph Paean
Poetry that has characters, setting, & plot Narrative Poem
Strange; unusual Quaint
Tricking; charming Beguiling
Rest;relief Respite
Deserted; abandoned Desolate
Pale Pallid
A comparison developed over several lines of writing Extended metaphor
A long speech delivered by a single character Monologue
Created by: little_rmb