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  1. Edgar Allen Poe
  2. Stephen crane
  3. Post Modernism
  4. Nationalist (transindentalism)
  5. A farewell to arms
  1. a The red badge of courage
  2. b Nietzsche, Orwell
  3. c James COoper- The Last of the Mohicans, Pioneer prairie, Emmerson- Nature, THe over soul, Irving's Rip van winkle, the legend of sleepy hollow, Poe- THe raven, Longfellow
  4. d THe murder in Rue Morgue
  5. e E. Hemingway. A love story which draws heavily on the author's experiences as a young soldier in Italy. Lieutenant Frederic Henry, a young American ambulance driver during WWI. Falls in love with nurse Catherine Barkley. The Battle of Caporetto. In Switzerland, their child is born dead, and Catherine dies due to hemorrhages.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a story in which people or things represent an idea or generalization about life
  2. it depicts a black man's struggle for identity. In the end, the unnamed narrator runs for his life and falls into a cellar. He decides to remain underground and write a novel about the absurdities of his life., It told about the life of a Southern black man who could not escape racism in the North.
  3. A raisin in the sun
  4. THe invisible Man
  5. name a group (herd family)

5 True/False questions

  1. Sanra Cisnerosverb form ending in (ing or ed) operates as an adjective (barking dog, painted fence)

          

  2. participleTHe Pigman

          

  3. Alice Walkera humorous verse form of five anapestic lines with a rhyme scheme of aabba

          

  4. canterbury talesa book written by Geoffrey Chaucer are stories that a group of pilgrims tell to entertain eachoter as they travel to the shrine of Saint Thoman Becket in Canterbury. Fictional stories.

          

  5. Charles DickensThe good Earth