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1.

‘Busy old tool. unruly sun why windows and through curtains call on us?‘ The most vivid figure of speech in the lines above from Donne's The Sun Rising is

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simile

B.

diction

C.

personification

D.

pun


2.

The allusion in Hughes's The Negro Speaks of Rivers is mainly

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A.

biblical

B.

classical

C.

literary

D.

historical


3.

In Adeoti's Herd Lines, Sodium cyanide is

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poisonous

B.

adhesive

C.

sweet

D.

fragrant


4.

In owonibi‘s Honieless, not Hopeless the persona explains that street beggars

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Always worry about heaven

B.

Attend conferences in towns

C.

are concerned with their daily needs

D.

Rarely sleep and dream


5.

The poet persons in Serenade is a

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Suitor

B.

Mother

C.

spinster

D.

Passer-by


6.

In Cheney-Coker's Myopia, peasants refers to

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Under-privileged masses

B.

Politicians

C.

farmers

D.

Rural dwellers


7.

In Angira‘s Expelled , the poet persona laments the

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Loss of his property

B.

Harrowing experiences from the stranger's visit

C.

presence of the strangers

D.

Problem of his family and their economic implications


8.

Fletcher's Upon An Honest Men’s Fortune achieves its lyrical effect through the use of

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Synecdoche

B.

Antithesis

C.

enjambment

D.

Ballad


9.

Rhythm is achieved in Raleigh's The Soul's Errand through the use of

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Metaphor

B.

Alliteration

C.

repetition

D.

Antithesis


10.

The title of Umeh's Ambassador of Poverty is

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A.

Repetition

B.

A simile

C.

an alliteration

D.

An irony


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