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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 True or False

1. What is the form of this poem? -> Petrarchan Sonnet
2. Line nine marks which part of the poem? -> the turn
3. "Deep-brow'd Homer" and "stout Cortez" are examples of… -> epithets.
4. The planet that "swims" into the view of the astronomer is an example of… -> alliteration.
5. The final line of the poem features a trochee in order to… -> transmit a secret code.

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