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5 Matching Questions

  1. Syllogism
  2. Jargon
  3. Anecdote
  4. Villanelle
  5. Tercet
  1. a Poetic form, 19 lines long, written in tercets with only 2 rhymes, 1st and 3rd lines of the first stanza alternating as the 3rd line in each successive stanza and forming a couplet at the end
  2. b Deductive reasoning. Forming a conclusion based on 2 pieces of evidence
  3. c Words or expressions used by a particular group or profession; nonsensical, incoherent, or meaningless talk
  4. d A stanza of three lines
  5. e A very short tale told by a character in a literary work

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The method a writer uses to reveal the personality of a character in a literary work
  2. The perspective from which the work is being expressed
  3. The scene in a tragedy which includes the death or moral destruction of the protagonist
  4. A stanza of four lines
  5. A unifying idea that applies throughout a work

5 True/False Questions

  1. ComedyA lyric poem lamenting death


  2. EpicA character in a play who sets off the main character or other characters by comparison


  3. AllusionAlso called the Resolution, the ___________ is the point in a drama to which the entire play has been leading


  4. EpigraphIn literature, a word or phrase preceding or following a name which serves to describe the character


  5. StyleA way of using language. As in a journalistic ____


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