← Literary Terms Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a The speech of characters in any kind of narrative.
- b The perception of a discrepancy between words/actions and their meanings/results.
- c A break or pause in a line of poetry, enforced by punctuation.
- d Repeating and playing on the same letter.
- e Where something appears to contain contradiction and the reader has to find interpretation.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Running on the sense of a line of poetry into the next.
- A reccurent image.
- A phrase or expression in everyday speech or writing.
- Repetition of similar vowel sounds.
- When the audience understand the implication but the characters do not.
5 True/False Questions
Allusion → Repeating and playing on the same letter.
Pathetic fallacy → Ascribing human features to the inanimate to reflect emotions.
Satire → A cariacature whose purpose is to expose the shortcomings of society or individuals.
Syntax → A cariacature whose purpose is to expose the shortcomings of society or individuals.
Synaesthesia → Something which evokes feelings of pity or sorrow.