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War Is Kind

War Is Kind

  

by Stephen Crane

War Is Kind: Nuts and Bolts, or Bolts and Nuts Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around War Is Kind? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. What is the meter of "War is Kind"?


Anapestic hexameter
Boring meter
Parking meter
Free verse
Q. What is the poem's rhyme scheme?


Every line rhymes with every other line.
There is no regular rhyme scheme.
The first and second lines of every stanza rhyme.
Rhymes all over the place
Q. How many stanzas does "War is Kind" contain?


26
8
5
11
Q. How many lines are in the poem?


12
5
26
17
Q. The phrase "war is kind" is an example of what?


Refrain
Metaphor
Iambic Pentameter
Hyperbole
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