ABEKA WORLD LITERATURE TEST 5

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spondee
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iamb
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trochee
‘ nike swoosh
anapest
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monosyllabic foot
dactyl
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unrhymed iambic pentameter
blank verse
alliteration
initial consonant or vowel sounds are the same
onomatopoeia
using words which sound like what they mean
sentimentality
emotion for its own sake
rhythm
regular recurrence of sound
rhyme
correspondence of sounds
euphony
soft, pleasing sounds
parallelism
construction of two or more thoughts in the same pattern
in what city did Gerasim, the servant, find it impossible to find work?
Moscow
why was Yegor Danilych so popular with his master Sharow?
he told on the other servants
“The Frill” is set on what country?
China
how much did Mrs. Lowe pay for her dress?
$5
the tailor in “The Frill” desperately needed money to buy what for his nephew?
coffin
Leo Tolstoy’s nationality
Russian
according to Henry Drummond, what is the greatest thing in the world?
love
what did the people of Hamelin want the Pied Piper to get rid of?
rats
what does “pied” in “pied piper” mean?
multicolored
what country was Sennacherib attacking when he was killed?
Judah
Isaac Watts put the chapters of what book of the Bible into English meter?
Psalms
what is the repetition of final consonant sounds?
consonance
English poetry relies on much on rhyme and rhythm, but Hebrew poetry relies on what poetic device?
parallelism
stranger in “What Men Live By”
Michael
Simon’s occupation
shoemaker
what do men live by?
love
Paul Laurence Dunbar
“Sympathy”
Robert Browning
“The Pied Piper of Hamelin”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
“The Rainy Day”
Gerard Manley Hopkins
“God’s Grandeur”
Edgar Allen Poe
“The Bells”
Victor Hugo
“After the Battle”
Sir Walter Scott
“Lochinvar”
Lord Byron
“The Destruction of Sennacherib”
Pearl S. Buck
“The Frill”
Leo Tolstoy
“What Men Live By”
Categories: World Literature