5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- canterbury tales
- Joseph conrad
- a Heart of Darkness
- b A type of fixed form poetry consisting of thirty-six lines of any length divided into six sestets and a three-line concluding stanza called an envoy. The six words at the end of the first sestet's lines must also appear at the ends of the other five sestets, in varying order. These six words must also appear in the envoy, where they often resonate important themes.
- c Miller- The Crucible, Death of the Salesman, Salinger's- THe catcher in the Rye
- d a book written by Geoffrey Chaucer are stories that a group of pilgrims tell to entertain eachoter as they travel to the shrine of Saint Thoman Becket in Canterbury. Fictional stories.
- e metric line of poetry
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The Mystery of Ewin Drood, Great expectations
- SOmething wicked this way comes and Ferinheigt 451
- E. Hemingway. A powerful expose of the life and values of the Lost Generation. Jake Barnes is in love with Brett Ashley (a girl), but Barnes suffered an injury during World War I... Robert Cohn (Jewish outsider), Michael Campbell (Brett's fiance), Bill Gorton, Pedro Romero (star bullfighter of the fiesta.)
- A verb that does not show action but connects the subject with a word in the predicate.
- The good Earth
5 True/False Questions
hubris → the flaw that leads to the downfall of a tragic hero
Heart of darkness → Great Expectations
comma splice → a narritve technique in which the main story is composed primarily for the purpose or organizing shorter stories, each is a story within a story. -- Chaucer's "Canterbury tales and Emily Bronte's Wulthering Heights
Elizabethian → a humorous verse form of five anapestic lines with a rhyme scheme of aabba
jargon → the main section of a poem