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


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"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


‘Caged Bird’ by Maya Angelou is a _____ stanza poem

A. five     B. six     C. seven     D. eight


The following are moral lessons in the poem, "Caged Bird" EXCEPT ______

A. Imprisonment     B. Lost opportunities     C. Abuse of humanity     D. the tale of two birds


"his wings are clipped and his feat are tied"

The poetic device employed in the expression above is _____

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


The transition between lines three and four of the second stanza of the poem, "Caged Bird" employed which of the following literary device?

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


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