5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Limited Omniscient Narrator; third person limited
- Stanza with:
- a ordering and structure of the words
- b a statement that means the opposite of what it seems to mean.
- c cinquain
- d interior or personal view of a single observer and is typically colored with that observer's emotional responses.
- e Third-person narrator who generally reports only what one character (usually the main character) sees, and who only reports the thoughts of that one privileged character.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The writing in poems or novels that records the mental talking that goes on inside a character's head.
- The lines of a poem (which equate to paragraphs of an essay) form stanzas. Stanzas have various lengths that accompany particular names.
- exaggeration or deliberate overstatement
- Third person narrator who sees, like God, into each character's mind and understands all the action going on.
- type or category of literary work (e.g., poetry, essay, short story, novel, drama)
5 True/False Questions
Dissonance → The thirty-nine-line form follows a strict pattern of the repetition of the initial six end-words of the first stanza through the remaining five six-line stanzas, culminating in a three-line envoi.
Paraphrase → The use of deliberately old-fashioned language. Authors sometimes use it to create a feeling of antiquity.
Persona → The thirty-nine-line form follows a strict pattern of the repetition of the initial six end-words of the first stanza through the remaining five six-line stanzas, culminating in a three-line envoi.
Complex, Dense → These two terms carry the similar meaning of suggesting that there is more than one possibility in the meaning of words (image, idea, opposition); there are subtleties and variations; there are multiple layers of interpretation; the meaning is both explicit and implicit.
Nemesis → The protagonist's archenemy or supreme and persistent difficulty.