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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. hyperbole
  2. doppelganger
  3. foreshadow
  4. motive
  5. epiphany
  1. a exaggeration
  2. b suggest what will come later in a story, novel, or play, hints, or events of same nature
  3. c reasons for a character acting a certain way.
  4. d character duplicated, opposite personalities, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  5. e sudden perceptions (moment of understanding)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. leads to downfall, usually hubris, pride
  2. 18th century philosophical movement, reason,
  3. thoughts and feelings of writer recorded as they occur
  4. final, overall impression, left to the reader
  5. imitation of serious literary work inappropriate subject

5 True/False questions

  1. satireliterary tone used to make fun of human vice or weakness


  2. motifreoccurring theme


  3. Naturalismliterary movement in late 19th early 20th century, determinism


  4. similecomparison USING like or as


  5. allegoryreference to familiar literary person or event


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