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5 Matching Questions

  1. Gothic literature
  2. dionysus
  3. pan
  4. foreshadowing
  5. Artemis
  1. a is humanities fascination with the grotesque, unknown, frighting, inexplicable aspects of the universe
  2. b use of hints and clues to suggest what will happen at the end of the story
  3. c god of sex wine and intoxicationsaved by zeus from his mother who was killed by hera and who had an affair with zeus
  4. d goat horns on head with human face and body; god of shperds, flocks
  5. e daughter of zeus and leto, 1 of 12 Olympian gods; god of wild animals, hunt, and moon

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. lived a wall apart, met at oak tree pyramos thought thisbe was killed, so he killed himself, she found him and did the same thing; why mullberries are red
  2. god of the four winds; boreas, zephryos, notos, euros
  3. dominant idea in a story, part of the main theme
  4. a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
  5. like a metaphor; compares two unlike objects where something stands for something else

5 True/False Questions

  1. dramatic ironythere is a contradition between what a character thinks and what the reader or audience knows to be true

          

  2. stealthavoiding detection by moving carefully

          

  3. cupid and psychereader's feeling of curiosity, uncertainty, even anxiety over the out come of a story

          

  4. rising actionbuild to climax; second on plot diagram

          

  5. athenagodess of marrige and child birth; zeus's wife

          

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