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Remembrance

Remembrance

  

by Emily Brontë

Remembrance: Name That Literary Device Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Remembrance? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. The repetition of "All my life's bliss" is an example of


simile
anaphora
irony
synecdoche
Q. The speaker uses what kind of point of view?


second-person
third-person
first-person
no-person
Q. What kind of meter is "Remembrance" written in?


trochaic trimeter
iambic pentameter
common measure
iambic tetrameter
Q. The occasional trochee, anapest, and amphibrach are called


laziness
paradox
refrain
metrical deviations
Q. The recurring phrase "Cold in the earth" is called a


chorus
parody
refrain
common measure
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