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Fern Hill

Fern Hill

  

by Dylan Thomas

Fern Hill: The Devil's in the Details Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Fern Hill? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What type of rhyme is used throughout Fern Hill?


Internal rhyme
External rhyme
Beginning rhyme
Never mind
Q. Who wrote Fern Hill?


Robert Frost
Dylan Thomas
Oscar Wilde
Elmo
Q. What color reoccurs throughout the poem?


Pink
Alabaster
Green
Rainbows
Q. What stage of life is Fern Hill praising?


Old age
Middle age
Youth
Renaissance
Q. What held the speaker "green and dying" at the end of the poem?


Fern Hill
Time
Grass
A hammock
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