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On Being Brought from Africa to America

On Being Brought from Africa to America


by Phillis Wheatley

On Being Brought from Africa to America: The Diabolic Details Quiz

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Q. How does the speaker identify her homeland?

Far away
By checking its ID
Q. In what two countries has the speaker lived?

America and Canada
America and Africa
Africa and Canada
Hot and Cold
Q. What type of rhyme does the speaker use in the poem?

End rhyme
Internal rhyme
Slant rhyme
Here and there
Q. According to the speaker, what brought her from her Pagan land?

A boat
Pirates of the Caribbean
Q. What does the "angelic train" represent?

Chain gang
The Little Engine that Could