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Ode to My Socks

Ode to My Socks

  

by Pablo Neruda

Ode to My Socks: Sock Those Rhetorical Devices to Me! Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Ode to My Socks? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. twice beautiful / is beauty / and what is good doubly / goodThese lines are an example of…


anaphora
chiasmus
holey socks
metaphor
Q. two mammoth blackbirds, / two cannons,These lines are an example of…


anaphora
chiasmus
double-vision
simile
Q. two socks soft / as rabbits. These lines are an example of…


anaphora
chiasmus
cuteness
simile
Q. two tired old / fire fighters These lines are an example of…


assonance
cliché
personification
really stinky feet
Q. I resisted / the wild impulse / to place them / in a cage / of gold / and daily feed them / birdseed / and rosy melon flesh. These lines are a metaphor comparing the socks to…


birds
cages
melons
shoes
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