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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. irony
  2. dramatic monologue
  3. encomium
  4. mood
  5. couplet
  1. a formal eulogy in prose of verse glorifying people, objects, ideas or events
  2. b two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme
  3. c a poem in which a speaker addresses a silent listener
  4. d the prevailing feeling or emotional climate in a piece of literature
  5. e contrast between what is stated to happen and what actually happens

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. words or phrases that create pictures or images in the readers mind
  2. one of the dominant ideas ina work of literature
  3. from the Greek meaning "wanton insolence," a shortcoming of a tragic hero that leads him to ignore warnings from the gods and leads to his downfall
  4. comic episodes or interludes, usually in tragedies, that relieve tension
  5. figure of speech that compares two things that are dissimilar

5 True/False questions

  1. comedy of mannersthe repetition of consonant sounds

          

  2. didacticany literature that is meant to instruct or to teach

          

  3. meterone of the dominant ideas ina work of literature

          

  4. conceita struggle between the 2 opposing forces in literature

          

  5. iambic pentameterfiction that is characterized byt the mingling or juxtaposition of the realistic with the fantastic/bizarre

          

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