Poetry Analysis Concepts Quiz

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Which part of a play is away from the audience?

Upstage

What term is used for the list of characters and actors in a play?

Cast

In poetry, what is a group of lines with a rhyme scheme called?

Stanza

What does a play typically end with where actors acknowledge the audience?

Curtain Call

Which term refers to the feeling evoked by readers while reading a poem?

Mood

What does a prewriting activity involve when creating a play?

Writing down important elements without thinking about grammar

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Play and Poetry Terminology

  • The part of a play that is away from the audience is called the wings or backstage.

Play Elements

  • A dramatis personae is the list of characters and actors in a play.

Poetry Structure

  • A stanza is a group of lines with a rhyme scheme in poetry.

Play Conventions

  • A play typically ends with a curtain call, where actors acknowledge the audience.

Poetry Effects

  • The mood is the feeling evoked by readers while reading a poem.

Playwriting Process

  • A prewriting activity when creating a play involves exploring ideas, developing characters, and outlining the plot.

Test your knowledge on various poetry analysis concepts such as stanza, purpose, mood, verbal strategy, volume, speed, and nonverbal strategy. Explore how these elements contribute to understanding and interpreting poems.

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