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The sentence “Fear is poetry, hope is poetry, love is poetry, hatred is poetry; contempt, jealousy, remorse, admiration, wonder, pity, despair, or madness, are all poetry” uses: I. epistrophe II. asyndeton III. enumeration (A) I (B) II (C) III (D) I and II (E) I, II, and III 124. In context, the word “grave” in line 13 most nearly means: (A) deep (B) wide (C) dignified (D) somber (E) momentous 125. All of the following are set up in opposition to one another except: (A) slave and tyrant (B) hero and coward (C) beggar and king (D) rich and poor (E) young and old 126.

You have forgotten that there is any rule, or natural necessity whatever, of putting the Able Man there. Brick must lie on brick as it may and can. Unable Simulacrum of Ability, quack, in a word, must adjust himself with quack, in all manner of administration of human things;— which accordingly lie unadministered, fermenting into unmeasured masses of failure, of indigent misery: in the outward, and in the inward or spiritual, miserable millions stretch out the hand for their due supply, and it is not there.

Ethos II. logos III. pathos (A) I (B) II (C) III (D) I and II (E) I, II, and III 22 ❯ 500 AP English Language Questions to Know by Test Day 58. The passage as a whole uses the following mode of composition: (A) narration (B) description (C) process analysis (D) cause and effect (E) argument 59. The style of the passage can best be described as: (A) complex and reasoned (B) descriptive and evocative (C) allusive and evocative (D) symbolic and disjointed (E) abstract and informal 60. The bulk of this argument is made up of: (A) an explanation of what biography should and should not include (B) a defense of the writer’s choices in writing Samuel Johnson’s biography (C) an appeal to various authorities to justify the writer’s choices in writing Samuel Johnson’s biography (D) responses to those who believe that the writer has “misemployed” his time and labor in writing Samuel Johnson’s biography (E) attacks against those who are “negligent” in the task of writing biography Passage 2b: Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History We come now to the last form of Heroism; that which we call Kingship.

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