SSCE/UTME – Literature In English Practice Tests (Caged Bird – Maya Angelou)

SSCE/UTME – Literature In English Practice Tests (Caged Bird – Maya Angelou)


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"But a caged bird stands on the grave of dream"

The literary device employed in the underlined word stands is _______

A. metaphor     B. repetition     C. personification     D. Enjambment

In the poem, ‘Caged Bird’, which of the stanzas was repeated lines by lines?

A. stanza one     B. stanza two     C. stanza three     D. stanza four

In the poem, ‘Caged Bird’, which of the birds sings fearfully of things he does not know, but still wants,  and his song can be heard from as far away as distant hills?

A. white bird     B. free bird     C. caged bird     D. black bird

The transition between lines one and two of the first stanza of the poem, "Caged Bird" employed which of the following literary device?

A. metaphor     B. repetition     C. personification     D. Enjambment

"fat worms" as used in the poem, "Caged Bird" means ______

A. golden opportunities available to the whites
B. worms given to the black bird as food
C. riches available to the whites
D. noodles for the free bird

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