5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Jekyll & Hyde
- Huckleberry Finn
- Pound of Flesh
- a Used to observe/describe someones insistence on being repaid, even if the repayment will destroy/harm debtor. (Literature)
- b a mischievous boy in a novel by Mark Twain. One of Tom's friends; allowed to do almost anything he wants.
- c (Old Testament) the son of Abraham who was cast out after the birth of Isaac
- d This German word refers to the night before May Day (the first day of May) when witches are supposed to meet together and create havoc. Anything called by this name is supposed to have a nightmarish quality.
- e The dual title character is a doctor who has covered up a secret life full of cruel deeds. He feels as if he is constantly battling within himself between what is good and what is evil, and is pushing away people dear to him. After drinking a potion of his own creation, Jekyll is transformed into the smaller, younger, cruel, remorseless, evil Edward_______.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- An all powerful government or organization monitoring and direction people's actions
- The daughter of Augustine St. Clare. She enters the narrative when Uncle Tom is traveling via steamship to New Orleans to be sold, and he rescues the 5 or 6 year-old girl from drowning. constantly talks about love and forgiveness.
- An evil mythical monster with the head and body of a woman and the tail, wings, and talons of a bird
- A creature that is half-man, half beast, with the horns and legs of a goat
- A pleasing country existing only in dreams or imaginatio
5 True/False Questions
Utopia → Boy who St. Clare gave to Ophelia to educate
Tiny Tim Cratchit → An all powerful government or organization monitoring and direction people's actions
Land of Goshen → A region of ancient Egypt on the eastern delta of the Nile River. According to the Bible, it was inhabited by the Israelites from the time of Jacob until the Exodus.
Uncle Tom's Cabin → Anti-slavery book, written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, which alarmed previously unconcerned Northerners about slvery
Saturnalia → A period of unrestrained revelry; named after the ancient Roman festival of Saturn, with general feasting in revelry in honor of the winter solstice.