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7 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- in which the reader or the audience sees a character's mistakes, but the character does not
- A figure of speech that compares two things using "like" or "as"
- a poem consisting of fourteen lines of iambic pentameter.
- Stage direction
- a speech delivered by a character when he or she is alone on stage. It is as though the character is thinking out loud.
- an event marking a unique or important historical change of course or one on which important developments depend
6 True/False Questions
Epithet → a word or phrase used in place of a person's name; it is characteristic of that person
Situational irony → in which the reader or the audience sees a character's mistakes, but the character does not
Resolution → someone who serves as a contrast of challenge to another character.
Climax → usually the most intense point in a story. A series of struggles or conflicts build a story or play toward the climax.
Foil → someone who serves as a contrast of challenge to another character.
Epic simile → Extended Similes 3-7 Sentences.