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Question number: 1

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John Milton’s description of gold as a “precious bane” (Paradise Lost, Book II) is best described as (July)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Zeugma

b.

Enjambment

c.

An oxymoron

d.

A dactyl

Question number: 2

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When Fidessa says, “O but I fear the fickle freakes …. / Of fortune false, and oddes of armes in field” (Faerie Queene, Book I, Canto 5), this is a fine example of (July)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Allegory

b.

Assonance

c.

Antithesis

d.

Alliteration

Question number: 3

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The statement that there are “none so credulous as infidels” is an illustration of (July)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Oxymoron

b.

Antithesis

c.

Metonomy

d.

Paradox

Question number: 4

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What is a feminine rhyme? (July)

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a.

A rhyme on two syllables in which the last syllable is unstressed.

b.

A poem in which every third syllable rhymes.

c.

A rhyme on two syllables.

d.

A rhyme on three syllables.

Question number: 5

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Which of the following is another term to describe “art for art’s sake”? (July)

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a.

Didacticism

b.

Neo-realism

c.

Realism

d.

Aestheticism

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