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Lady Lazarus

Lady Lazarus

  

by Sylvia Plath

Lady Lazarus: The Forms of "Lady Lazarus" True or False

1. What are the stanzas of the poem called? -> Tercets
2. What form is "Lady Lazarus" written in? -> Autobiographical novel
3. What is "I do it so it feels like hell. / I do it so it feels real." an example of? -> Onomatopoeia
4. Who is the speaker of the poem? -> Lady Lazarus
5. What is the relationship between the words "call" and "cell" in "Lady Lazarus"? -> They form a slant rhyme.

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