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Helen

Helen

  

by H.D.

Helen: "Helen" 101 Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Helen? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What traditional poetic form does "Helen" employ?


Anaphora
Blazon
Sonnet
Reprise
Q. How do the Greeks feel about Helen?


Love her
Hate her
Feel pretty meh about her
Undecided
Q. What color is associated with Helen throughout the poem?


Aquamarine
Hot pink
White
Black
Q. What food makes an appearance in "Helen"?


Pita bread
Peeta Mellark
Dolma
Olives
Q. What action does Helen take in the poem?


She cries
She sings
She smiles
She eats some pita bread
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