6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- personal, refletive poetry that reveals the speaker's thoughts and feelings about the subject.
- a saying or proverb expressing common wisdom or truth. See also adage and aphorism.
- a sentence that follows the customary word order of English sentences, i.e., subject-verb-object. The main idea of the sentence is presented first and is then followed by one or more subordinate clauses. See also periodic sentence.
- an imaginary story that has become an accepted part of the cultural or religious tradition of a group or society.
- the language is spoken in England roughly between 1150 and 1500 A.D.
- a brief and often simplistic lesson that a reader mau infer from a work of literature
6 True/False Questions
Mood → the emotional tone in a work of literature
Muse → one of the ancient Greek goddesses presiding over the arts. The imaginary source of inspiration for an artist or writer.
Melodrama → a literary form in which events are exaggerated in order to create an extreme emotional response.
Motif → a phrase, idea, or event that through repetition serves to unify or convey a theme in a work of literature.
Mock epic → the general form, pattern, and manner of expression of a work of literature.
Metaphor → a figure of speech that compares unlike objects.