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Lady Lazarus

Lady Lazarus


by Sylvia Plath

Lady Lazarus: The Forms of "Lady Lazarus" Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Lady Lazarus? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What are the stanzas of the poem called?

Just plain ol' stanzas
Q. What form is "Lady Lazarus" written in?

Free verse
Autobiographical novel
Q. What is "I do it so it feels like hell. / I do it so it feels real." an example of?

Q. Who is the speaker of the poem?

Sylvia Plath
Lady Lazarus's Dad
Lady Lazarus
Q. What is the relationship between the words "call" and "cell" in "Lady Lazarus"?

They form a rhyme.
They form a slant rhyme.
They are an example of personification.
They have no relationship in the poem.