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5 Matching questions

  1. Slant/Near Rhyme
  2. Realism
  3. Surmised
  4. Hallow
  5. Assent
  1. a guessed
  2. b to agree
  3. c Rhyming that often uses assonance or consonance only. Slant rhyme differs from a perfect rhyme in that nat all of itrs vowel or consonant sounds match those of the rhyming word.
  4. d A literary movement that sought to portray ordinary life as real people live it. Attempted to show characters and events in an objective, almost factual way.
  5. e to be made holy

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Usually exaggerated incidents or events are described by a narrator or storyteller in a very serious tone. By taking a matter-of-fact, impassive, expressionless tone, the narrator implies that he/she has no idea how ridiculous his/her tale is to the audience.
  2. to give or leave by will
  3. a branchedlike division
  4. Humorists generally have a target; they make jokes at someone else's expense.
  5. Writers attempted to capture the essence of modern life in both the form and content of their work. Uncertainty, bewilderment, and apparent meaninglessness were common themes in modern literature. Writers abandoned the traditional plot, structure and structured stories to reflect fragmentation of human experience.

5 True/False questions

  1. NaturalismA literary movement that sought to portray ordinary life as real people live it. Attempted to show characters and events in an objective, almost factual way.

          

  2. Deferencerespect

          

  3. Detachedto take value away from the whole

          

  4. Immortalitywickedness

          

  5. Jiltto abandon or desert

          

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