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Passage: The Argument Of His Book I sing of brooks, of blossoms, birds, and bowers, Of April, May, of June, and July-flowers; I sing of May-poles, hock-carts,* wassails,** wakes, *harvest-carrying carts **toasts (Line) Of bride-grooms, brides, and of their bridal-cakes. 5 I write of Youth, of Love;--and have access By these, to sing of cleanly wantonness; I sing of dews, of rains, and, piece by piece, Of balm, of oil, of spice, and ambergris.* *whale-product used to make perfumes; I sing of times trans-shifting; and I write a rarity 10 How roses first came red, and lilies white. I write of groves, of twilights, and I sing The court of Mab,* and of the Fairy King. *queen of the fairies I write of Hell; I sing, and ever shall Of Heaven,--and hope to have it after all.
1. This poem is in the form of a(n): A. elegy. B. epic. C. lyric. D. madrigal. E. Sonnet 2. The poem’s rhyme scheme is formed by: A. end-stopped lines. B. free verse. C. heroic couplets. D. kennings. E. slant rhyme. 3. The shift in the poem occurs after: A. line 4. B. line 6. C. line 8. D. line 10. E. line 12. 4. The poem employs which of the following devices? A. Soliloquy B. Anaphora C. Analogy D. Apostrophe E. Simile 5. Which phrase best captures the tone of the poem? A. Wanton joy B. Rainy despair C. Blossoming creation D. Everlasting destruction E. Perpetual sadness 6. What does use of the word "ambergris" (line 8) accomplish? A. Completes the list of balm, oil, and spice B. Contrasts with the pleasant images of balms, oils, and spices C. Creates a metaphysical conceit D. Refers to something the speaker can both sing and write about E. All of the above 7. The line "I write of Hell; I sing, and ever shall" (line 13) is an example of: A. apostrophe. B. internal rhyme. C. metonymy. D. personification. E. synecdoche 8. What is the most important effect of repeating the preposition "of" in this passage? A. It increases the importance of the allusion to Mab (line 12). B. It increases the word’s importance in the metrical pattern of the poem. C. It continuously changes the poem’s direction. D. It emphasizes the range of subjects available to the poet. E. It interferes with the lilting tone of the poem.
1. E 2. C.. 3. D. 4. A or B 5. A or E 6. E. 7. B. 8. D. These are my answers. Can you please check?

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@ElleCullen have you read the book "Thank You, M'am," ?
and also it is against code violation to put more than one question on one board.
No, I have not read the book. My school lirerature did not have books atall this year. Just poems
PLZ put ONE question on ONE board.
ok. wait til I put it.

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