POETRY EXAM

1. Emily Dickinson uses this meter in many of her poems

 

2. Reference to literature or historical event

 

3. “Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley” uses

 

4. Poem or stanza in four lines

 

5. What color was Emily Dickinson’s hair?

 

6. Poem lamenting loss of someone or something

 

7. Section of longer poems that corresponds to chapter in a novel

 

8. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poem can be sung to which tv theme song?

 

9. The Schomburg Center is

   

10. Word imitates the sound in names

 

 

11. Emily Dickinson did write many poems about

 

 

12. In “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson portrays Death as

 

13. Line ending completes the line’s idea or syntax?

 

 

14. Repetition of sounds in a sequence of words?

 

 

15. A main idea expressed in poem?

 

16. In one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems he says,“My soul has grown deep like the”?

 

 

17. How many known poems has Emily Dickinson write?

 

18. Langston Hughes was a poet of?

 

19. The Mosaic at the Schomburg Center features which Hughes poem?

 

20. Emily Dickinson used what meter in much of her poetry?

 

21. Long narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a hero?

 

22. Which of the following poets did you watch reading a poem?

 

23. Poetic expression/complete thought spans more than one line?

 

24. The atmosphere, feeling, response one gets from a poem?

 

25. Two seemingly contradictory words put together (jumbo shrimp)?

 

26. During the readings you watched which actor read a Hughes poem?

 

27. The lesson introduction features excerpts from a poem by?

 

28. Marianne Moore says “we do not admire what we cannot”?

 

29. Hughes’ remains have been placed?

 

30. “The old oak stretched out its arms” uses?

 

31. Attitude of author toward reader or subject matter?

 

 

32. What war dominated the time in which Emily Dickinson lived?

 

33. Un-rhymed /un-metered poetry?

 

34. Where is the Dickinson Homestead?

 

35. Addressing an absent person or inanimate object?

 

36. What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum?

 

37. Speaker in poem, second self?

 

 

38. Where are the majority of the original books from Dickinson located now?

 

39. Giving human characteristics to non-human things?

 

 

40. Something stands for or represent something else?

 

 

41. A comparison using “like” or “as”?

 

42. Some myths about Dickinson suggest that?

 

 

44. What city poetry tour did you take in this week's readings?

 

 

 

 

POETRY EXAM

1. Emily Dickinson uses this meter in many of her poems

 

2. Reference to literature or historical event

 

3. “Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley” uses

 

4. Poem or stanza in four lines

 

5. What color was Emily Dickinson’s hair?

 

6. Poem lamenting loss of someone or something

 

7. Section of longer poems that corresponds to chapter in a novel

 

8. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poem can be sung to which tv theme song?

 

9. The Schomburg Center is

   

10. Word imitates the sound in names

 

 

11. Emily Dickinson did write many poems about

 

 

12. In “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson portrays Death as

 

13. Line ending completes the line’s idea or syntax?

 

 

14. Repetition of sounds in a sequence of words?

 

 

15. A main idea expressed in poem?

 

16. In one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems he says,“My soul has grown deep like the”?

 

 

17. How many known poems has Emily Dickinson write?

 

18. Langston Hughes was a poet of?

 

19. The Mosaic at the Schomburg Center features which Hughes poem?

 

20. Emily Dickinson used what meter in much of her poetry?

 

21. Long narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a hero?

 

22. Which of the following poets did you watch reading a poem?

 

23. Poetic expression/complete thought spans more than one line?

 

24. The atmosphere, feeling, response one gets from a poem?

 

25. Two seemingly contradictory words put together (jumbo shrimp)?

 

26. During the readings you watched which actor read a Hughes poem?

 

27. The lesson introduction features excerpts from a poem by?

 

28. Marianne Moore says “we do not admire what we cannot”?

 

29. Hughes’ remains have been placed?

 

30. “The old oak stretched out its arms” uses?

 

31. Attitude of author toward reader or subject matter?

 

 

32. What war dominated the time in which Emily Dickinson lived?

 

33. Un-rhymed /un-metered poetry?

 

34. Where is the Dickinson Homestead?

 

35. Addressing an absent person or inanimate object?

 

36. What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum?

 

37. Speaker in poem, second self?

 

 

38. Where are the majority of the original books from Dickinson located now?

 

39. Giving human characteristics to non-human things?

 

 

40. Something stands for or represent something else?

 

 

41. A comparison using “like” or “as”?

 

42. Some myths about Dickinson suggest that?

 

 

44. What city poetry tour did you take in this week's readings?

 

 

 

 

POETRY EXAM

1. Emily Dickinson uses this meter in many of her poems

 

2. Reference to literature or historical event

 

3. “Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley” uses

 

4. Poem or stanza in four lines

 

5. What color was Emily Dickinson’s hair?

 

6. Poem lamenting loss of someone or something

 

7. Section of longer poems that corresponds to chapter in a novel

 

8. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poem can be sung to which tv theme song?

 

9. The Schomburg Center is

   

10. Word imitates the sound in names

 

 

11. Emily Dickinson did write many poems about

 

 

12. In “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson portrays Death as

 

13. Line ending completes the line’s idea or syntax?

 

 

14. Repetition of sounds in a sequence of words?

 

 

15. A main idea expressed in poem?

 

16. In one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems he says,“My soul has grown deep like the”?

 

 

17. How many known poems has Emily Dickinson write?

 

18. Langston Hughes was a poet of?

 

19. The Mosaic at the Schomburg Center features which Hughes poem?

 

20. Emily Dickinson used what meter in much of her poetry?

 

21. Long narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a hero?

 

22. Which of the following poets did you watch reading a poem?

 

23. Poetic expression/complete thought spans more than one line?

 

24. The atmosphere, feeling, response one gets from a poem?

 

25. Two seemingly contradictory words put together (jumbo shrimp)?

 

26. During the readings you watched which actor read a Hughes poem?

 

27. The lesson introduction features excerpts from a poem by?

 

28. Marianne Moore says “we do not admire what we cannot”?

 

29. Hughes’ remains have been placed?

 

30. “The old oak stretched out its arms” uses?

 

31. Attitude of author toward reader or subject matter?

 

 

32. What war dominated the time in which Emily Dickinson lived?

 

33. Un-rhymed /un-metered poetry?

 

34. Where is the Dickinson Homestead?

 

35. Addressing an absent person or inanimate object?

 

36. What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum?

 

37. Speaker in poem, second self?

 

 

38. Where are the majority of the original books from Dickinson located now?

 

39. Giving human characteristics to non-human things?

 

 

40. Something stands for or represent something else?

 

 

41. A comparison using “like” or “as”?

 

42. Some myths about Dickinson suggest that?

 

 

44. What city poetry tour did you take in this week's readings?

 

 

 

 

POETRY EXAM POETRY EXAM

1. Emily Dickinson uses this meter in many of her poems 1. Emily Dickinson uses this meter in many of her poems

   

2. Reference to literature or historical event 2. Reference to literature or historical event

   

3. “Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley” uses 3. “Clang, Clang, Clang went the trolley” uses

   

4. Poem or stanza in four lines 4. Poem or stanza in four lines

   

5. What color was Emily Dickinson’s hair? 5. What color was Emily Dickinson’s hair?

   

6. Poem lamenting loss of someone or something 6. Poem lamenting loss of someone or something

   

7. Section of longer poems that corresponds to chapter in a novel 7. Section of longer poems that corresponds to chapter in a novel

   

8. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poem can be sung to which tv theme song? 8. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poem can be sung to which tv theme song?

   

9. The Schomburg Center is 9. The Schomburg Center is

       

10. Word imitates the sound in names 10. Word imitates the sound in names

   

   

11. Emily Dickinson did write many poems about 11. Emily Dickinson did write many poems about

   

   

12. In “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson portrays Death as 12. In “Because I could not stop for Death,” Dickinson portrays Death as

   

13. Line ending completes the line’s idea or syntax? 13. Line ending completes the line’s idea or syntax?

   

   

14. Repetition of sounds in a sequence of words? 14. Repetition of sounds in a sequence of words?

   

   

15. A main idea expressed in poem? 15. A main idea expressed in poem?

   

16. In one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems he says,“My soul has grown deep like the”? 16. In one of Langston Hughes’ most famous poems he says,“My soul has grown deep like the”?

   

   

17. How many known poems has Emily Dickinson write? 17. How many known poems has Emily Dickinson write?

   

18. Langston Hughes was a poet of? 18. Langston Hughes was a poet of?

   

19. The Mosaic at the Schomburg Center features which Hughes poem? 19. The Mosaic at the Schomburg Center features which Hughes poem?

   

20. Emily Dickinson used what meter in much of her poetry? 20. Emily Dickinson used what meter in much of her poetry?

   

21. Long narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a hero? 21. Long narrative poem that recounts the adventures of a hero?

   

22. Which of the following poets did you watch reading a poem? 22. Which of the following poets did you watch reading a poem?

   

23. Poetic expression/complete thought spans more than one line? 23. Poetic expression/complete thought spans more than one line?

   

24. The atmosphere, feeling, response one gets from a poem? 24. The atmosphere, feeling, response one gets from a poem?

   

25. Two seemingly contradictory words put together (jumbo shrimp)? 25. Two seemingly contradictory words put together (jumbo shrimp)?

   

26. During the readings you watched which actor read a Hughes poem? 26. During the readings you watched which actor read a Hughes poem?

   

27. The lesson introduction features excerpts from a poem by? 27. The lesson introduction features excerpts from a poem by?

   

28. Marianne Moore says “we do not admire what we cannot”? 28. Marianne Moore says “we do not admire what we cannot”?

   

29. Hughes’ remains have been placed? 29. Hughes’ remains have been placed?

   

30. “The old oak stretched out its arms” uses? 30. “The old oak stretched out its arms” uses?

   

31. Attitude of author toward reader or subject matter? 31. Attitude of author toward reader or subject matter?

     

   

32. What war dominated the time in which Emily Dickinson lived? 32. What war dominated the time in which Emily Dickinson lived?

   

33. Un-rhymed /un-metered poetry? 33. Un-rhymed /un-metered poetry?

   

34. Where is the Dickinson Homestead? 34. Where is the Dickinson Homestead?

   

35. Addressing an absent person or inanimate object? 35. Addressing an absent person or inanimate object?

   

36. What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum? 36. What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum? What is owned by Amherst History Museum, although a replica is on display at Dickinson’s museum?

   

37. Speaker in poem, second self? 37. Speaker in poem, second self?

     

   

38. Where are the majority of the original books from Dickinson located now? 38. Where are the majority of the original books from Dickinson located now?

   

39. Giving human characteristics to non-human things? 39. Giving human characteristics to non-human things?

     

   

40. Something stands for or represent something else? 40. Something stands for or represent something else?

     

   

41. A comparison using “like” or “as”? 41. A comparison using “like” or “as”?

   

42. Some myths about Dickinson suggest that? 42. Some myths about Dickinson suggest that?

   

   

44. What city poetry tour did you take in this week's readings? 44. What city poetry tour did you take in this week's readings?

   

     

   

   

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