Eng 11A Poetry/Age of Reason (Unit 1)

the iambic pentameter in “To His Excellency General Washington” an even ?

the rhythm of “To His Excellency General Washington” complements the poem as?
formal tribute

What type of meter did the Revolutionary-era poets use?

Iambic meter in poetry imitates what style?

powerful turbulence
Enwrapp’d in tempest and a night of storms;
Astonish’d ocean feels the wild uproar

lavish affluence
From splendid domes of first degree
Where ladies meet, to sip their tea

tranquil diligence
And busily all the night
Had been heaping field and highway

exquisite beauty
Every pine and fir and hemlock
Wore ermine too dear for an earl

Imagery in poetry mostly influences which poetic element

What is the intended meaning of the hyperbole in the poem “American Liberty” regarding “slaves and minions to a parliament”
The speaker thinks that the colonists are being unfairly treated by the British parliament

In the poem “On Imagination” what does the speaker compare imagination to?
a soaring bird

What element denotes that “Rights of Man” is from the Revolutionary Era
the mention of sense

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