5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a a person portrayed in a literary work.
- b Of or relating to poetry, relating to the Parnassians or their style of poetry- A member of a school of late 19th-century French poets whose work is characterized by detachment and emphasis on metrical form.
- c the struggle, internal or external, between opposing forces in a work of literature.
- d a concluding statement or section added to a work of literature.
- e the continuation of a sentence from one line of a poem to another to complete meaning and grammatical structure (also called a run-on line).
5 Multiple choice questions
- expressions usually accepted in informal situations, such as wicked awesome.
- in oral traditions worldwide, a story featuring a protagonist (often an anthropomorphized animal) who has magical powers and is characterized as a compendium of opposites. TT= FEMT
- a quotation from another work that suggests the maid idea, or theme, of the work at hand.
- the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes or opinions
- a movement in literature and art during the 17th and 18th centuries in Europe that favored rationality and restraint and strict forms
5 True/False questions
inversion → reversal of the usual word order for variety or emphasis, as in Coleridge's lines "A damsel with a dulcimer/In a vision once I saw".
epitaph → a brief statement commemorating a dead person, often inscribed on a gravestone.
dramatic poetry → The ability to take contextual factors into account when using and interpreting language. This includes knowledge of the real world, how speakers use and understand speech acts and the relationship between speaker and listener. For example, "It's hot in here, isn't it?" could mean "It's time to get something to eat" depending on the different factors of the situation.
Creolization → the methods--direct and indirect--used by a writer to reveal a character's personality.
Villanelle → a nineteen-line poem divided into five tercets and a final quatrain