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Up-Hill

Up-Hill

by Christina Rossetti

Up-Hill: The Feats of Feet Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Up-Hill? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. "Up-Hill" is written in which meter?


iambic tetrameter with pentameter variants
ballad meter
hexanomic globulometer
iambic pentameter with trimeter variants
Q. An iamb is best described as sounding like what?


dadaDUM
daDUM
DUMda
DUMDUMdaDUM, DUMDUMdaDUM
Q. Ballad meter traditionally alternates between having x and y beats per line


5 and 3
10 and 6
4 and 3
23 and 2
Q. The rhythm of "Up-Hill" is best described as what?


iambic pentameter
dancing
iambic tetrameter
music
Q. A trochee is a kind of


meter
rhyme scheme
foot
arm
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