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5 Matching Questions

  1. Heroic Couplet
  2. Foil
  3. Nemesis
  4. Tone
  5. Exposition
  1. a the author's explicit attitude toward the reader or the people, places, and events in a work as revealed by the elements of the author's style
  2. b The inescapable or implacable agent of someone's or something's downfall
  3. c a character in a work whose behavior and values contrast with those of another character in order to highlight the distinctive temperament of that character
  4. d a narrative device, that provides necessary background information about the characters and their circumstances
  5. e couplet written in rhymed iambic pentameter

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. unrhymed iambic pentameter
  2. the introduction early in a story of a verbal and dramatic hints that suggest what is to come later
  3. error or defect in the tragic hero that leads to his downfall
  4. highest point of interest for reader; turning point of the protagonist's fortunes (structure). It is that scene in the play in which an action occurs which tips the scales for or against the protagonist in terms of future action. It produces a train of action(falling action) which leads to the catastrophe
  5. an address, either to someone who is absent. Often provides a speaker the opportunity to think aloud

5 True/False Questions

  1. Enjambmentin poetry, when one line ends without a pause and continues into the next line for its meaning

          

  2. resolutiona narrative device, that provides necessary background information about the characters and their circumstances

          

  3. Conflictstruggle within the plot between opposing forces

          

  4. Protagonistthe main character of a narrative

          

  5. ImageryVisually descriptive or figurative language

          

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