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5 Matching questions

  1. consonance
  2. Stephen crane
  3. heroic couplet
  4. paradox
  5. A farewell to arms
  1. a E. Hemingway. A love story which draws heavily on the author's experiences as a young soldier in Italy. Lieutenant Frederic Henry, a young American ambulance driver during WWI. Falls in love with nurse Catherine Barkley. The Battle of Caporetto. In Switzerland, their child is born dead, and Catherine dies due to hemorrhages.
  2. b The red badge of courage
  3. c repetition to the final consonance sound -- stroke-luck
  4. d a contradictory statement that makes sense -- man learns form history that man learns nothing from history
  5. e a pair of lines written in iambic pentameter

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Grapes of wrath
  2. unstressed-stressed U /
  3. epic poem about the Trojan war, by Homer
  4. a comparison of things that appear to be different but are similar
  5. Miller- The Crucible, Death of the Salesman, Salinger's- THe catcher in the Rye

5 True/False questions

  1. end rhymeoccurs at the end of lines


  2. a street car named desireDeath of a Salesman


  3. Maya AngelouI know why the caged bird sings


  4. the crucible(Arthur Miller, 1953). Miller chose the 1692 Salem witch trials as his setting, but the work is really an allegorical protest against the McCarthy anti-Communist "witch-hunts" of the early 1950s. In the story, Elizabeth Proctor fires servant Abigail Williams after she finds out Abigail had an affair with her husband. In response, Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft. She stands trial and is acquitted, but then another girl accuses her husband, John, and as he refuses to turn in others, he is killed, along with the old comic figure, Giles Corey. Also notable: Judge Hathorne is a direct ancestor of the author Nathaniel Hawthorne.


  5. Charles DickensThe good Earth


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