5 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- the involuntary projecting of oneself into something or someone else, involuntary identifying with something or someone and participating in a physical or emotional response to the literary character, object, or situation
- the intuitive grasp of reality achieved in a quick flash of recognition in which something is understood in a new way.
- a character in fiction who develops or changes as a result of the plot
- the second half or resolution of a dramatic plot which follows the climax and exhibits the failing fortunes of the hero.
4 True/False Questions
elegy → a lyric poem that mediates upon the death of an individual, the absence of something deeply loved, or the transience of mankind. It has a solemn, dignified tone.
euphemism → the use of an agreeable or non-offensive word or expression for one that is harsh, indelicate or unpleasant; a mild name from something disagreeable.
euphony → the intuitive grasp of reality achieved in a quick flash of recognition in which something is understood in a new way.
end-stopped lines → lines of poetry in which both the grammatical structure and the sense reach completion at the end of the line.