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Constantly Risking Absurdity

Constantly Risking Absurdity


by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Constantly Risking Absurdity: Choose that Literary Device True or False

1. "climbs on rime to a high wire" is an example of -> assonance
2. "fair eternal form" is an example of -> meter
3. The use of successive lines without punctuation or pauses between them is called -> extended metaphor
4. The "charleychaplin" man is an example of -> two rhyming lines
5. Beauty (the character) is an example of -> personification