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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. allegory
  2. Transcendentalism
  3. image
  4. figure of speech
  5. foreshadow
  1. a picture aroused in mind, words that summon a image
  2. b suggest what will come later in a story, novel, or play, hints, or events of same nature
  3. c narrative technique that characters represents abstract things, message or lessons
  4. d American philosophical and religious movement, 1835
  5. e an expression that strives for literary effect rather than conveying a literal meaning

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. using a word or phrase to mean the exact opposite of its literal meaning, dramatic, verbal
  2. stands for an idea
  3. word or phrase that is accepted in casual conversation but not for communication
  4. sudden perceptions (moment of understanding)
  5. thoughts and feelings of writer recorded as they occur

5 True/False questions

  1. dictionreference to familiar literary person or event

          

  2. imagerypicture aroused in mind, words that summon a image

          

  3. motifreasons for a character acting a certain way.

          

  4. antagonistworking against hero

          

  5. tragic flawselection and arrangement of words in a literary work, 4 types

          

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