5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- internal conflict
- a Language that appeals to the senses.
- b a recurring subject, theme, idea, etc., esp. in a literary, artistic, or musical work.
- c the overall emotion created by a work of literature
- d "all gods"; the set of gods belonging to a particular mythology (ex. Greek gods, Norse Gods, etc.)
- e disagreement or fighting within an organization or entity
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A type of folktale that features supernatural elements such as spirits, talking animals and magic.
- The time and place of a story, play, or narrative poem.
- when an author does not directly describe their character, they characterize it through actions and things that the character does.
- The moment of greatest emotional intensity or suspense in a play's plot; it is often synonymous with "climax" and "turning point."
- the science or study of myths
5 True/False Questions
external conflict → a character struggles against some outside force: another character, society as a whole, or some natural force
direct characterization → when an author does not directly describe their character, they characterize it through actions and things that the character does.
stock epithet → A descriptive word or phrase which an author regularly or standardly uses to describe an object or, more often, a person
folktale → A type of folktale that features supernatural elements such as spirits, talking animals and magic.
trickster → a universal figure in world myths and folktales, especially those from Africa and North America. They are ambivalent figures who tend to leave trouble and chaos behind wherever they go.