What is the rhyme scheme of the following excerpt?”Sunset and evening star,/ And one clear call for me,/ And may there be no moaning of the bar/ When I put out to sea.” aabb crossed rhyme abab abba
Which terms refer to the number of feet in a line of poetry?
Which term refers to changes in vocal pitch?
The name “Chanelle” is an example of what kind of foot? iambic trochaic dactylic amphabrach
Which term refers to a general musical flow in a poem?
Which of the following forms contains five triplets and a quatrain? a Shakespearean sonnet a Spencerian sonnet a villanelle an Italian sonnet
Which kind of foot contains two unstressed syllables followed by one stressed syllable? trochaic iambic dactylic anapestic
Which of the following forms contains an octave and a sestet? an Italian sonnet a villanelle a Spencerian sonnet a Shakespearean sonnet
an Italian sonnet
Which term refers to an organizational pattern of rhyme in a poem?
Which of the following options is the best definition for end stopping? a recurring unit of organization in a poem a sequence of stressed and unstressed syllables pausing at the end of each line a fixed number of syllables per line
pausing at the end of each line
“When I do count the clock that tells the time” is an example of which rhythm and meter? iambic dimeter anapestic tetrameter trochaic trimeter iambic pentameter
Which term suggests a stanza of three lines?
Which kind of foot contains two unstressed syllables divided by a stressed syllable? amphibrach trochaic iambic dactylic
Which term suggests a recurring unit of organization based on groups of lines?
Which definitions best describes the term octave?
a stanza of eight lines
The world is too much with us late and soon” is an example of which rhythm and meter? anapestic tetrameter trochaic trimeter iambic pentameter iambic dimeter
“Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” is an example of which rhythm and meter? iambic trimeter anapestic dimeter dactylic trimeter trochaic hexameter
What is the rhyme scheme of the following excerpt?”I think that I shall never see/ A poem as lovely as a tree./ A tree whose hungry mouth is pressed/ Against the earth’s sweet flowering breast.” aabb abab abba crossed rhyme
Which term refers to sequences of stressed and unstressed syllables?
Which of the following terms suggests a stanza of four lines?
What is the rhyme scheme of the following excerpt? “The day is done, and the darkness/ Falls from the wings of night,/ As a feather is wafted downward/ From an eagle in his flight.” abba crossed rhyme aabb abab