1) I was coming home from some place at the end of the world a) litotes b) hyperbole c) imagery d) connotation 2) lamps glimmered like carbuncles a) metaphor b) imagery c) simile d) metonymy 3) the beginning of the end of all things a) metaphor b) oxymoron c) allusion d) assonance 4) a pale moon lay on her back a) imagery b) epithet c) personification d) parallelism 5) I completely lost my head a) epithet b) rhetoric question c) idiom d) connotation 6) with a roar and howl of fury a) onomatopoeia b) alliteration c) metaohor d) metonymy 7) fatal cross-roads a) epithet b) allusion c) onomatopoeia d) connotation 8) the drowned city [about London in fog] a) metonymy b) oxymoron c) metaphor d) idiom 9) I am ashamed of my long tongue a) rhetoric question b) personification c) imagery d) metomymy 10) it isn’t very easy to catch the culprit a) connotation b) hyperbole c) litotes d) idiom 11) do business a) epithet b) connotation c) idiom d) metaphor 12) gratitude shone so strong and so bold in my soul that I could almost hope a) assonance b) alliteration c) personification d) litotes 13) If that was my master, why had he a mask upon his face? If it was my master, why did he run? If it was my master, where is he? a) alliteration b) parallelism c) polysyndeton d) asyndeton 14) the lane, which the maid’s window overlooked, was brilliantly lit by the full moon that lulled the mind a) metonymy b) epithet c) oxymoron d) alliteration 15) The large handsome face of Dr. Jekyll grew pale to the very lips, and there came a blackness about his eyes a) imagery b) personification c) metaphor d) euphemism 16) We need to carefully separate seeds from chaff here. a) metonymy b) allusion c) euphemism d) simile 17) Oh God, what am I to do?! a) allusion b) asyndeton c) rhetoric question d) parallelism 18) I thought I knew it, but I wasn't sure; I feared, and longed for the experiment, and despised it. a) polysyndeton b) asyndeton c) onomatopoeia d) hyperbole 19) the fog still slept on the wing above the drowned city a) alliteration b) euphemism c) personification d) metonymy 20) his blood ran cold in his veins a) imagery b) idiom c) connotation d) assonance 21) Jekyll, my life, my honour, my reason, depend upon you ... Lanyon, my life, my honour my reason, are all at your mercy a) allusion b) hyperbole c) simile d) parallelism 22) take an interest a) connotation b) litotes c) idiom d) epithet 23) weeping like a woman or a lost soul a) simile b) oxymoron c) parallelism d) polysyndeton 24) London hummed solemnly all around a) oxymoron & imagery b) metaphor & idiom c) onomatopoeia & personification d) hyperbole & assonance 25) a vile life a) personification b) epithet c) oxymoron d) simile
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: Figures of Speech
Higher Education/University Education
Figures of speech
Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar
Theatre and Film
Writing and literary techniques
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