Figurative Language
Annabel Lee
Highwayman
Figurative Language 2
Poetry
100

Repeating words or phrases in a text

Repetition

100

The author of "Annabel Lee"

Edgar Allan Poe

100

The two main subjects of "The Highwayman"

The Highwayman and Bess

100

The repetition of the beginning sound of a word

Alliteration

100

In poetry we don't use sentences; we use

Lines

200

A comparison between two things using like or as

Simile
200

The speaker of "Annabel Lee"

Annabel Lee's husband; we don't know his name

200

Poet who wrote "The Highwayman"

Alfred Noyes

200

Like a thief, she crept into the kitchen is an example of:

Simile

200

A group of lines in a poem

Stanza

300

A tornado of emotions is an example of what type of figurative language

Metaphor

300

The speaker blames these for the death of his wife

Angels

300
Bess' attempt to save the Highwayman.

She kills herself.

300

"The moon never beams without bringing me dreams" has what type of rhyme?

Internal

300

We use letters to label it

Rhyme scheme

400

An exaggeration to add emphasis

Hyperbole

400

What, most likely, actually killed Annabel Lee?

A sickness / disease

400

The cause of the main conflict in "The Highwayman"

Tim the ostler.

400

When you give non-living things, human characteristics

Personification

400
In poetry punctuation goes...

wherever the poet wants

500

The author is comparing two things in more than one way, using multiple aspects of each object.

Extended Metaphor

500

What is the author DOING with the following line:


"We loved with a love that was more than love"

emphasizing how much they loved each other

500

Alfred Noyes uses the suicides of Bess and the Highwayman to ALLUDE to what well known text?

Romeo and Juliet

500

Meticulous and sick of this

is what type of rhyme?

Slant

500

The opposite of poetry

Prose

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