1 How does the speaker refer to their beloved? She doesn't refer to her In the third person In the first person In the second person 2 To the speaker, how does the man compare to a god? He is equal to a god He is almost a god He is like a god He is greater than a god 3 Which literary device does NOT appear in Carson's translation of "Fragment 31"? allusion parallelism enjambment alliteration 4 Most probably, how long was the final stanza of "Fragment 31" when it was written? 4 lines 1 line 3 lines 2 lines 5 How many stanzas long is "Fragment 31"? 4 5 3 6 6 Which sense does the speaker NOT refer to? touch sight hearing taste 7 What language was "Fragment 31" originally written in? Aramaic Latin English Greek 8 Which of the following is NOT an example of alliteration used in Fragment 31? sweet speaking greener than grass smooth skin person of poverty 9 In which stanza of "Fragment 31" does the speaker never refer to herself in the first person? 3 1 4 2 10 How many periods are there in Carson's translation of "Fragment 31"? 0 1 4 2 11 Which best describes the speaker's relationship to the woman she refers to as "you"? Distant infatuation Platonic respect Jealous resentment Slighted lover 12 Which best describes the speaker's relationship to the man? Indifferent admiration Jealous resentment Pity Romantic desire 13 Which verb appears twice, both at the beginning and towards the end of "Fragment 31"? To laugh To see To dare To seem 14 "Tongue breaks and thin/fire is racing" is an example of what literary device? Simile Enjambment Alliteration Irony 15 Which is NOT a theme of "Fragment 31"? Jealousy Time Transcendence Dissociation 16 Sappho's poetry was originally written to be: Private journal entries Printed and distributed Read aloud Performed to music 17 We have access to "Fragment 31" because of: Longinus' quotation Reference to the poem in Aristotle Anne Carson's discovery of it A papyrus fragment 18 In the first stanza, the man is ____ the speaker's beloved. Opposite to Watching Holding Far from 19 What causes the speaker to be struck dumb? Looking at her beloved Seeing her with the man Hearing her "sweet speaking" One of the gods 20 Which best expresses the tone of the last line? Content Lamenting Resigned Hopeful 21 "And cold sweat ___ me and shaking / ___me" Holds, Grips Breaks, Disturbs Grips, Grips Shakes, Holds 22 What is ultimately the most important relationship in "Fragment 31"? The speaker and the man The man and the beloved The speaker and her body The speaker and nature 23 Which stanza might be MOST accurately described as surreal? 2 4 3 1 24 Which of the following best speaks to "Fragment 31"s attitude towards love? Cynical dismissal Profound confusion Hopeful mysticism Simple joy 25 Which phrase implies that the speaker is watching her beloved from afar? "when I look at you" "I seem to me" "That man" "the heart in my chest on wings"