5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a soft, pleasing sounds. The opposite of cacophony.
- b the presentation of a material in such a way that the reader is prepared for what is to come later in the work.
- c running over of a sentence from one line or stanza to another.
- d an expression in a given language that cannot be understood from the literal meaning of the words in the expression; or, a regional speech or dialect.
- e a type of understatement in which an idea is expressed by negating its opposite (describing a particularly horrific scene by saying, "It was not a pretty pictures.")
5 Multiple choice questions
- the use of figures of speech to create vivid images that appeal to one of the senses.
- what is expected to happen and what actually happens; at times, the direct opposite of what is expected to happen
- : a standard theme, element, or dramatic situation that recurs in various works
- character's illuminator through contrast.
- an adjective to describe a description of a picturesque country life, an idealized story of happy innocence. Also referred to as Pastoral.
5 True/False questions
Inference → crude, often obscene literary genre.
Epigraph → a moment of sudden revelation or insight.
Epigram → a unified, direct poem with a sharp or singular point
Metonymy → a direct comparison of two different things. An extended metaphor is a metaphor that continues throughout the work and may be the controlling or central idea in the work
Limited Narrator → a direct comparison of two different things. An extended metaphor is a metaphor that continues throughout the work and may be the controlling or central idea in the work