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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Hyperbole
  2. Incredulous
  3. Dilatory
  4. Stagnant
  5. Garrulous
  1. a Exaggeration or overstatement
  2. b Excessively talkative
  3. c Stale or foul
  4. d Slow, tardy
  5. e Skeptical

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A description of an object, animal, place, or idea in human terms
  2. 1865-1910
    Accurate and detailed portrayal of actual life
    Didn't want to glorify anything
    Depict reality no matter how ordinary
    Shed light on greater social issues
    Mark Twain, William Dean Howells, Henry James
    Complex characters in ordinary places
    Character exploration and development
    Ordinary settings
    True-to-life dialogue
    Detached narration to sound unbiased
  3. Disturbed
  4. Insensitive, made hard
  5. Incorrectly joining independent clauses with comma

5 True/False questions

  1. ToneThe author's attitude toward the subject and toward the audience implied in a work. Helps to establish the mood of the poem.


  2. SuperfluousHaughtily disdainful


  3. QuarrelDisagree angrily


  4. SuperciliousExcessive


  5. ProprietorA recurring idea, symbol, thing, concept in a novel that helps the reader to better understand the meaning behind the novel