SSCE/UTME – Literature In English Practice Tests (The Good-Morrow – John Donne)

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The poem, "The Good-Morrow" by John Donne, is a _____ stanza(s) poem

A. three     B. four     C. five     D. six

The following are moral lessons from the poem, "The Good-Morrow", EXCEPT ______

A. Love at its nascent stage
B. The immortality of true love
C. Wonders of love
D. Undiluted faith

The poem, "The Good-Morrow" by John Donne, was written in _______ lines

A. 19    B. 20    C. 21    D. 22

The poem, "The Good-Morrow" by John Donne can be referred to as a/an ______

A. aubade     B. sober     C. metaphor     D. simile

"But sucked on country pleasures" - line 3

The literary device in the expression above as used in the poem, "The Good-Morrow", is _______

A. simile     B. metaphor     C. personification     D. symbolism

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