5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Sturm and drang
- a for something expressive in a personal manner of inward convictions, beliefs, dreams, or deals
- b The semblance of truth; indicates the degree to which work creates the appearance of truth
- c The existence of mutually conflicting feelings or attitudes. The term is often used to describe the contradictory attitudes an author takes toward characters or societies and also to describe a confusion of attitude or response called forth by a work.
- d Storm and Stress; a movement in Germany during the last quarter of the 18th century; revolt from French classicism
- e An address to a deity for aid...an opening address to the Muses (epics)
5 Multiple choice questions
- A "leaf" of bright metal placed under a jewel to increase its brilliance...applied to any person who through contrast underscores the distinctive characteristics of another
- The use of one object to represent or suggest another
- ...any letter, but the term is usually limited to formal compositions written to a distant individual or group...[used] to characterize certain books of the New Testament
- The characters in a drama, a novel, or a poem. The term is also applied to a listing of the characters in the program of a play, at the beginning of the printed version of a play, or sometimes at the beginning of a novel that contains brief characterizations of the persons of the work and notations about their relationships
- ... Emphasized self-knowledge, self-control, RATIONALISM, discipline, and the rule of law, order, and DECORUM in public and private life and in art.
5 True/False questions
Sentimentalism → 1) an overindulgence in emotion, especially the conscious effort to induce emotion in order to enjoy it; 2)optimistic overemphasis of the goodness of humanity
Oration → A formal speech delivered in an impassioned manner...heard but rarely in legislative halls, the courtroom, the church
Canon → In a figurative sense, a standard of judgment; a criterion. It is applied the authorized or accepted list of books belonging in the Christian Bible...
Anachronism → A concise statement of a principle of precept given in pointed words. For example, "life is short, art is long, opportunity fleeting, experimenting dangerous, reasoning difficult."
Motif → A simple element that serves as a basis for expanded narrative; or less strictly, a conventional situation, device, interest, or incident