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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. ode
  2. expressionism
  3. narrative verse
  4. iambic pentameter
  5. conflict
  1. a a struggle between the 2 opposing forces in literature
  2. b a lengthy, complex lyric poem, written in a dignified formal style of some lofty or serious subject
  3. c the most common verse line in English and American poetry consisting of five verse feet
  4. d a poem that tells a story
  5. e movement of literature that emphasizes more on the life of the mind and feelings rather than the realistic details of everyday life

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. comic episodes or interludes, usually in tragedies, that relieve tension
  2. movement or tendency in art, literature, and music using principles of ancient Greece and Rome
  3. the use of a word whose sound in some degree imitates or suggests its meaning
  4. contrast between what is stated to happen and what actually happens
  5. hints and clue in a narrative that suggest what is about to happen

5 True/False questions

  1. connotationa word's primary significance or reference


  2. naturalisman extreme form of realism


  3. foota unit used to measure the meter and rhythmic pattern of a line in poetry


  4. elegya poem of mourning


  5. existentialismthe philosophical idea that man fashions his own existence, and only exists by doing so