Figurative Language Poem 4

The Dawn's Awakening! by Otto Leland Bohanan

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Which is an example of PERSONIFICATION?
Fathers! torn and numb,
Faint snatches of half-forgotten song
The dawn of a thousand dreams and thrills.
The Dawn's awake!
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Why do you believe that this is PERSONIFICATION? Explain your answer.
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Which is an example of HYPERBOLE?
The Dawn's awake!
Faint snatches of half-forgotten song
The dawn of a thousand dreams and thrills.
With the mingled fragrance of the trees;
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Which is an example of METAPHOR?
The Dawn's awake!
Has come, has come!
The dawn of a thousand dreams and thrills.
The torch of gold is borne.
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Why do you believe that this is a METAPHOR? What two things are being compared?
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Which IS NOT an example of REPETITION as used in this poem?
The Dawn's awake!
Has come, has come!
Voices the new awakening.
Then, higher, higher,
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Contrast the TONE of this line 'Fathers! torn and numb,--' with the TONE of the rest of the poem. Which best describes how the TONE of THIS LINE is DIFFERENT?
This line has a GENTLER tone than the rest of the poem.
This line has a DARKER tone than the rest of the poem.
This line has a BRIGHTER tone than the rest of the poem.
This line has a HAPPIER tone than the rest of the poem.
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What is the effect of this line on the rest of the poem? Why?
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This poem was written by an African American poet during the Harlem Renaissance. Knowing this, how might one interpret the 'Dawn' beyond its literal meaning? What might the 'Dawn' represent in this poem?
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