SSCE/UTME – Literature In English Practice Tests (Black Woman – Leopold Senghor)


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The poem, "The Black Woman" is an type of ______

A. ode     B. elegy     C. idyll     D. ballad


The "The Black Woman" was written by Leopold Sedar Senghor when he was in exile in ______

A. Iran     B. Senegal     C. France     D. Nigeria


The literary device that poet employs to address the black woman as though she were physically present with him is called ______

A. metaphor     B. simile     C. apostrophe     D. Symbolism


In your shadow I have grown up; the gentleness of Your hands was laid over my eyes.

In the expression above, the poet admits that he was _______ by a black woman

A. chastened     B. tutored     C. nurtured     D. flogged


Firm-fleshed ripe fruit, somber raptures of black wine,
Mouth making lyrical my mouth

The word ripe fruit is an example of ______

A. simile     B. metaphor     C. diction     D. apostrophe


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