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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. parody
  2. motive
  3. tragic flaw
  4. irony
  5. hyperbole
  1. a using a word or phrase to mean the exact opposite of its literal meaning, dramatic, verbal
  2. b exaggeration
  3. c imitation of serious literary work inappropriate subject
  4. d reasons for a character acting a certain way.
  5. e leads to downfall, usually hubris, pride

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. comparison USING like or as
  2. reference to familiar literary person or event
  3. an expression that strives for literary effect rather than conveying a literal meaning
  4. someone who serves as a contrast or challenge to another character
  5. underlying idea of a work

5 True/False questions

  1. motifreasons for a character acting a certain way.

          

  2. symbolstands for an idea

          

  3. metaphora figure of speech that suggests a resemblance between two different things WITHOUT using a word of comparison

          

  4. antagonistworking against hero

          

  5. farcecomedy, humor

          

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