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Constantly Risking Absurdity

Constantly Risking Absurdity

  

by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Constantly Risking Absurdity: Choose that Literary Device Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Constantly Risking Absurdity? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. "climbs on rime to a high wire" is an example of


assonance
alliteration
consonance
too much work
Q. "fair eternal form" is an example of


genius
meter
assonance
alliteration
Q. The use of successive lines without punctuation or pauses between them is called


enjambment
lazy writing
line break
extended metaphor
Q. The "charleychaplin" man is an example of


two rhyming lines
allusion
onomatopoeia
couplet
Q. Beauty (the character) is an example of


personification
imagery
Disney
the Beast
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