5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- stock epithet
- indirect characterization
- a A pattern or model that serves as the basis for different, but related, versions of a character, plot, image, or theme. For example, the basic plot of the hero's quest is a recurring pattern in myths and other literature.
- b "all gods"; the set of gods belonging to a particular mythology (ex. Greek gods, Norse Gods, etc.)
- c the overall emotion created by a work of literature
- d when an author does not directly describe their character, they characterize it through actions and things that the character does.
- e A descriptive word or phrase which an author regularly or standardly uses to describe an object or, more often, a person
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The central idea or insight of a work of literature
- stories told by the common people.
- The vantage point from which a writer tells a story.
- The uncertainty or anxiety a reader feels about what will happen next in the story.
- Language that appeals to the senses.
5 True/False Questions
motif → a recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., esp. in a literary, artistic, or musical work.
mythology → the science or study of myths
direct characterization → When a writer uses this method, we do not have to figure out what a characters personality is like-the writer tells us directly.
crisis → The point of greatest emotional intensity or suspense in a plot.
internal conflict → a character struggles against some outside force: another character, society as a whole, or some natural force