5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Dramatic Irony
- a Anything that stands for or represents something else.
- b When the reader or audience knows something the character does not know.
- c A pattern or model that serves as the basis for different, but related, versions of a character, plot, or a theme.
- d A 14-line lyric poem usually written in iambic pentameter.
- e A character whose qualities or actions serve to emphasize those of the protagonist or some other character by providing a strong contrast.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Conversations between at least two characters.
- The literary technique involving surprising, interesting, or amusing contradictions.
- A struggle between opposing forces.
- The principal evil character in the play or story.
- A type of literature that appears to be real but is, in fact, fiction.
5 True/False questions
Rising Action → The ending of the story. Possibly a "happily ever after."
Point of View → Al the meanings, associations, and emotions that a word suggests.
Folktale → A story composed orally and then passed from person to person by word of mouth.
External Conflict → A struggle in the mind of a character torn between opposing feelings or goals.
Bildungsroman → A novel about the moral and psychological growth of a character: a coming-of-age tale.