5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Slant/Near Rhyme
- a The writer enlarges or overstates beyond the bounds of truth.
- b A type of African-American folk song that fused traditional African music with other familiar materials, such as the Bible or Protestant hymns. Most have double meaning.
- c A word, phrase, line, or group of lines repeated at regular intervals in a poem or song-serve to emphasize key ideas and to establish rhythm.
- d An extreme form of realism. It tended to view people as victims who have no real control over natural forces. Very pessimistic.
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- rules for manners and ceremonies
- to abandon or desert
- 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.
- A technique that presents thoughts as if they were coming directly from a character's mind. Instead of being arranged in chronologiccal order, the events of the story are presented from the character's feelings and memories just as they might spontaneously occur in the mind of a real person.
5 True/False questions
Wretched → seperate
Regional Dialect/Vernacular → Sought to capture the essence of life in the various regions of the growing nations through the use of regional dialect and vivid descriptions of the landscape.
Assent → to agree
Ardent → to agree
Catalog → to be made holy