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Sam B's Reading

Reading Finals

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Writing or speech not meant to be taken literally. Figurative Language.
Desride one thing as if were something else. Metaphors.
Gives human qualities to something that is not human. Personification.
Use like or as to compare two apparently unlike things. Simile.
Is anything that represents something else. Symbol.
Enhance a poem's mood and meaning. Sound devices.
The repetition of consonant sound in the beginning of word. Alliteration.
The use of any element of language. Repetition.
The repetition of vowel sounds followed by different consonants in stressed syllables. Assonance.
The repetition of similar consonant sounds at the end. Consonant.
The use of words that imitate sounds. Onomatopoeia.
The repetition of sounds at the end of words. Rhyme.
The rhythmical pattern in a poem. Meter.
Three line Japanse verse form. The firt and third lines each have five syllables abd the second line has seven. Haiku.
Poetry tells a story in verse. Narrative.
Poetry is defined by it's lack of strict structure. Free Verse.
Poetry expressed thoughts and feeling of a single speaker. Lyric.
Songlike poems that tell a story. Ballands.
Poems are shaped to look like their subject. Concrete.
Humours, rhyming, five-line poems with a specific rhythm patterns. Limericks.
Pairs of rhyming lines and are usually of the same matter and lengh. Rhyming Couplets.
In the poem "The Rider" what felling is the girl feeling? Sad, lonely.
What is the girl trying to escape? Loneliness.
What kind of poem is "Seal"? Concrete.
For the poem "Haiku", what is the poem refecting. Nature.
In the poem "Maestro", what is he remember. His mother.
What kind of poem is "Maestro"? Lyric poem.
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