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THIS. IS. Your. With. Host. Ms. Brunson. What you talking about McCoun?. Can you repeat that?. I know that song. Ode to the poem. TP to the izzo and CASTT to the izze. The Who. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300.

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  1. THIS IS

  2. Your With Host... Ms. Brunson

  3. What you talking about McCoun? Can you repeat that? I know that song Ode to the poem TP to the izzo and CASTT to the izze The Who 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

  4. Two or more syllables that together make up the smallest unit of rhythm in a poem. A 100

  5. What is foot? A 100

  6. The occurrence of the same or similar sounds at the end of two or more words (cat/hat) A 200

  7. What is rhyme A 200

  8. A single metrical line of poetry. A 300

  9. What is verse? A 300

  10. The arrangement of a line of poetry that form one of the divisions of a poem. A 400

  11. What is meter A 400

  12. Type of literature that is written in meter A 500

  13. What is poetry A 500

  14. The poem, “Seven Ages of Man,” utilized extended metaphor. What is the extended-metaphor? B 100

  15. What is life to the stage B 100

  16. “Love can not be compared to anything.” This statement could be a theme of what poem? B 200

  17. What is Sonnet 18 B 200

  18. The second “T” in TPCASTT refers to… B 300

  19. What is theme? B 300

  20. The “S” in “My Papa’s Waltz” takes place in what line? B 400

  21. What is “Then waltzed me off to bed”? B 400

  22. The “S” in the poem, “Harlem,” takes place where? B 500

  23. Where is “Or does it explode?” B 500

  24. The group, Foreigner, created a song called “Cold as Ice.” That title contains what poetic element? C 100

  25. What is a simile C 100

  26. The song, “Online” by Brad Paisley over exaggerates the physical character traits of the narrator. What is this poetic element? C 200

  27. What is hyperbole C 200

  28. Duffy wrote a song called “Mercy.” In the song she says: “My morals got me on my knees” What is the poetic element in that line? C 300

  29. What is personification C 300

  30. The following lyrics from “Trolley Song,” sung by Judy Garland, contains what poetic element? “Clang! Clang! Clang! Went the trolley. Ding! Ding! Ding! Went the bell.” C 400

  31. What is onomatopoeia C 400

  32. How is the song, “Life is a Highway,” an extended-metaphor? C 500

  33. What is “It compares life to a highway.” C 500

  34. The poem, “Fire and Ice,” uses a paradox throughout the poem. What is the paradox? D 100

  35. What is it explains that the world will end in fire and then the world will end in ice. (Paradox = The world can’t in twice.) D 100

  36. In the poem, “Where the Sidewalk Ends,” our main focus was what poetic element? D 200

  37. What is imagery? D 200

  38. The poem, “Jabberwocky,” deals with what part of TP-CASTT and figurative language? D 300

  39. What is connotation D 300

  40. The poem “Dreams” by Langston Hughes deals with what type of figurative language? D 400

  41. What is simile D 400

  42. The poem, “Railway Train,” deals with what type of figurative language? D 500

  43. What is personification? D 500

  44. Who is the author that created his poem in the rhythm of a dance? Bonus: Tell me the title of the poem. E 100

  45. Who is Theodore Roethke Bonus: “My Papa’s Waltz” E 100

  46. This author was responsible for writing Through the Looking Glass, a story of Alice in Wonderland. E 200

  47. Who is Lewis Carroll E 200

  48. His writing was used as a voice for African Americans. E 300

  49. Who is Langston Hughes E 300

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