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5 Matching questions

  1. character direction
  2. Metaphor:
  3. levels of ideology
  4. Grimm, Jacob and Wilhem
  5. magical realism
  1. a 1. "the explicit social, political or moral beliefs of the individual writer, and his wish to recommend them to children through the story" (27).

    2. ". . . the individual writer's unexamined assumptions" (30). It is "passive ideology" (29).

    3. "A large part of any book is written not by its author but by the world the author lives in" (32), and "As a rule, writers for children are transmitters not of themselves uniquely, but of the worlds they share" (33)
  2. b magical elements in a realistic setting
    magical is not intended to frighten and is presented as a natural part of the world we know
    sometimes used by authors of a distinct culture or ethnic group
    a form that often makes some sort of political commentary--not necessarily to do with government
  3. c An implied comparison in which a thing that has one literal meaning is used to imply another meaning. The journeys in folk tales are literally journeys but they can also be seen as metaphors for parts of life or development.
  4. d facing right- going into adventure or into unknown
    facing or moving left- safety or known. a block of some sort to journey
  5. e "Hansel and Gretel"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pictures decorate.. may not have any direct connection to the verbal text.
    may contribute to tone or mood of the story
  2. large- power, dominance
    small- weakness, submissiveness
  3. The narrator is the voice speaking the story. The narrator can be a first person narrator who may or may not be part of the story or a third person narrator who is usually outside the story. The focalizer is the one from whose perspective the actions and events in a story are seen. In the case of a first person narration, the narrator and the focalizer are the same. In many examples of third person narration, the narrator is not the same as the focalizer. In Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, most of the events are seen from Harriet's perception, so she is the focalizer, but she is not the narrator of the story.
  4. The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents.
  5. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).

5 True/False questions

  1. Themewords that sound the same


  2. Imagerylarge or small space around picture. feelings of etrapment, isolation, freedom, abandonment, is it white or decorated


  3. rectangle and squares, linear shapescommunicate problems or encounters with discipline or unforgiving, difficult circumstances


  4. themewords that sound the same


  5. Carrol, Lewis"Bam, Bam, Bam"


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