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Oread

Oread

  

by H.D.

Oread: The Tough Stuff Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Oread? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Who is the "us" in the poem?


Mermaids
Poets
All living creatures
We don't know fore sure
Q. How does the Oread describe the forests?


As dangerous
As the sea
As beachy
She doesn't describe the forest, only the sea
Q. Which verb does H.D. rhyme with "Whirl"?


Whirl
Hurl
Twirl
Curl
Q. What poetic device begins lines 1 and 2?


Anaphora
Caesura
Hyperbole
Allegory
Q. What does the Oread want the sea to do with its "great pines"?


"sing a sad song"
"cover our butts"
"make them smile"
"splash [them] on our rocks"
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