Emily Dickinson, "Success is counted sweetest…"
(A) soothe the reader
(B) highlight the envious tone
(C) complement the assonance in the fi rst stanza
(D) contrast the consonance in the second stanza
(E) emphasize the appeal of success by creating an appealing sound
be described as
(A) three to four feet of iambs
(B) iambic pentameter
(C) iambic trimeter
(D) three to four feet of trochees
(E) trochaic tetrameter
(A) iambic tetrameter
(B) iambic trimeter
(C) trochaic tetrameter
(D) iambic pentameter
(E) trochaic trimeter
(A) abcb defe ghih
(B) abab abab abab
(C) abcb abcb abcb
(D) abcd efgh ijkl
(E) aabb ccdd eef
(A) to eat
(B) to fi gure out
(C) to determine
(D) to analyze
(E) to truly know
(A) feminine rhyme
(B) slant rhyme
(C) double entendre
(A) a hypothesis, reasoning, and a solution
(B) a proposition and evidence
(C) one axiomatic sentence and two sentences with images demonstrating
(D) a theory and examples
(E) a question answered by hypothetical situations
(A) Only those who have achieved success understand its sweetness.
(B) Success comes only to those who risk and persevere.
(C) Success is best won through hard work.
(D) Only those who have not achieved success understand its sweetness.
(E) The victor is always better off .