by Archibald MacLeish
Ars Poetica: Choose That Literary Device Quiz
Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Ars Poetica? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Comparing a poem to something "palpable and mute as a globed fruit" is an example of
Q. The birds, climbing moon, globed fruit, are all examples of the speaker's use of
Q. Two perfectly rhymed lines paired together are called a
Q. All the talk of a poem being "wordless" strikes us as a sort of
Q. The repetition of a poem being motionless in time as the moon climbs is called