In context, “rehearse” (line 11) is best interpreted to mean
- A) to practice
- B) to frollick
- C) to pray
- D) to audition
- E) to say
The word “clay” serves to represent which of the following:
- A) the speaker’s playful mood
- B) the peace one finds in death
- C) the suffocating nature of death
- D) the elegance of Queen Elizabeth
- E) the poet’s ego
Which of the following is the best rendering of the clause “But let your love even with my life decay” (line 12)?
- A) Stop loving me when I die!
- B) You love me as much as decaying life.
- C) Your love smells like decay.
- D) I love when life decays.
- E) Love is decay and decay is life.
The sound device in the phrase “surly sullen bell,” is which of the following?
- A) Assonance
- B) Alliteration
- C) Rhyme
- D) Rhyme Scheme
- E) Onomatopoeia
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