5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Round character
- a A sustained and formal poem setting forth meditations on death or another solemn theme. The meditation often is occasioned by the death of a particular person, but it may be a generalized observation or the expression of a solemn mood
- b A device in which indirectness replaces directness of statement, usually in an effort to avoid offensiveness Ex. "at liberty" instead of "out of work"
- c A name applied to the belief that society has an innate tendency toward improvement and that that tendency can be furthered by conscious human effort
- d A character sufficiently complex to be able to surprise the reader without losing credibility
- e A pamphlet; argumentative document on some religious or political topic
5 Multiple choice questions
- A mask. The term is widely used to refer to a "second self" created by an author and through whom the narrative is told
- for something expressive in a personal manner of inward convictions, beliefs, dreams, or deals
- A type of literature, popular during the medieval period...often ascribed human attributes to animals and were designed to moralize and expound church doctrine
- Iambic pentameter lines rhymed in pairs
- (Or anagogy) In biblical and allegorical interpretation, the mystical or spiritual meaning.
5 True/False questions
Point of view → A novel in which actual persons are presented under the guise of fiction
Sentimentalism → A nineteenth century literary movement that rested on the credo of "ART FOR ART'S SAKE."
Double entendre → A statement that is deliberately ambiguous, one of whose possible meanings is risqué or suggestive of some impropriety
Aphorism → A name applied to the belief that society has an innate tendency toward improvement and that that tendency can be furthered by conscious human effort
Act → A section or division of a long poem