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On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer

On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer

  

by John Keats

On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer: Device Detective Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What is the form of this poem?


Son of Sonnet
Villanelle
Shakespearean Sonnet
Petrarchan Sonnet
Q. Line nine marks which part of the poem?


the turn
the fold
the stanza break
the super-secret part
Q. "Deep-brow'd Homer" and "stout Cortez" are examples of…


epithets.
sweet nicknames.
synecdoche.
metaphors.
Q. The planet that "swims" into the view of the astronomer is an example of…


alliteration.
Michael Phelps-ication.
synesthesia.
catachresis.
Q. The final line of the poem features a trochee in order to…


emphasize the word "Silence."
fool the reader with a false rhyme.
transmit a secret code.
emphasize the height of the mountain.
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