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by Emily Brontë

Remembrance: Name That Literary Device True or False

1. The repetition of "All my life's bliss" is an example of -> anaphora
2. The speaker uses what kind of point of view? -> third-person
3. What kind of meter is "Remembrance" written in? -> iambic tetrameter
4. The occasional trochee, anapest, and amphibrach are called -> laziness
5. The recurring phrase "Cold in the earth" is called a -> refrain