5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Seven cardinal virtues
- Oedipus complex
- a In psychoanalysis a libidinal feeling that develops in a child, especially a male child, between the ages of three and six, for the parent of the opposite sex
- b Assignment of something to a time when it was not in existence.
- c In medieval theology, faith, hope, and love along with prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance
- d Mode or category of expression - direct or indirect. Also used more specifically to mean "discussion" and refers to ways of speaking that are bound by ideological, professional, political, cultural, or sociological communities
- e A "leaf" of bright metal placed under a jewel to increase its brilliance...applied to any person who through contrast underscores the distinctive characteristics of another
5 Multiple choice questions
- A virgorously argumentative work, setting forth its author's attitudes on a highly controversial subject
- A simple element that serves as a basis for expanded narrative; or less strictly, a conventional situation, device, interest, or incident
- A term used by Friedrich Nietzsche for the spirit in Greek tragedy associated with Dionysus, the god of wine. It refers to states of ecstatic, orgiastic, or irrational.
- A ___ plot is one in which the principal reversal or peripety results from someone's acquisition of knowledge previously withheld but which works a decisive change
- A novel in which actual persons are presented under the guise of fiction
5 True/False questions
Plot → A single, unified strain of exalted lyrical verse, directed to a single purpose, and dealing with one theme...elaborate, dignified, and imaginative
Symposium → The use of one object to represent or suggest another
Hubris → A brief subjunctive poem strongly marked be imagination, melody, and emotion, and creating a single, unified impression
Ambiguity → A narrative technique in which characters representing things or abstract ideas are used to convey a message or teach a lesson. Allegory is typically used to teach moral, ethical, or religious lessons but is sometimes used for satiric or political purposes.
Preface → A statement at the beginning of a book or article which states the purpose of the work, makes necessary acknowledgments, and, in general, informs the reader of such facts as the author thinks pertinent