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Chicago

Chicago

  

by Carl Sandburg

Chicago: Beginners "Chicago" Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Chicago? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What's the form of "Chicago"?


Sonnet
Haiku
Free Verse
Imprisoned Verse
Q. What is Chicago like, according to the poem?


Weak
Strong
Cold
Really, really cold
Q. What poetic device does Sandburg use throughout the entire poem?


Apostrophe
Hyperbole
Anaphora
Onomatopoeia
Q. What does Chicago spend a whole lot of time doing?


Laughing
Crying
Weeping
Sleeping
Q. According to the poem, which is one of the following is a problem that Chicago has?


Starving people
Snowstorms
Pollution
Al Capone
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