5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Paul Zindel
- heroic couplet
- O- M- E-P-N-Romantic- V Modernism, Post Modernism
- Brave new world
- a the study of the structure of sentences, studies of the rules for forming admissible sentences
- b Looks to the year 2540, where society accepts promisc sex and drug (soma) use and science has made humanity carefree, healthy, and technologically advanced. War and poverty no longer exist, and people are always happy. But these achievements have come by eliminating things from which people derive happiness —. Marx and Lenina are both from this artificial world where babies are made in factories, while John the Savage and Linda are from a Savage Reservation that still practice old ways.
- c THe Pigman
- d a pair of lines written in iambic pentameter
- e old ENglish, Middle English, Elizabethian, Neoclassical, romantic, victorian, moderism, post modernism
5 Multiple choice questions
- The Mystery of Ewin Drood, Great expectations
- the study of sounds of language
- (1795-1821) One of the principle poets of the English Romantic movement. Odes, "Upon First Looking into Chapman's Homer," "Cristabel," "Endymion," "Isabella," "Ode on a Grecian Urn," "Ode on Melancholy," "Ode to a Nightingale," "Ode to Autumn."
- Written by Kate Chopin in 1899. The Awakening portrays a married woman who defies social convention first by falling in love with another man, and then by committing suicide when she finds that his views on women are as oppressive as her husband's. The novel reflects the changing role of women during the early 1900s.
- two sentences joined incorrectly with only a comma
5 True/False questions
Harriet beecher stowe → United States writer of a novel about slavery that advanced the abolitionists' cause (1811-1896), wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin
James Balwin → Go tell it on the mountain
participle → verb form ending in (ing or ed) operates as an adjective (barking dog, painted fence)
The Scarlet letter → (Arthur Miller, 1953). Miller chose the 1692 Salem witch trials as his setting, but the work is really an allegorical protest against the McCarthy anti-Communist "witch-hunts" of the early 1950s. In the story, Elizabeth Proctor fires servant Abigail Williams after she finds out Abigail had an affair with her husband. In response, Abigail accuses Elizabeth of witchcraft. She stands trial and is acquitted, but then another girl accuses her husband, John, and as he refuses to turn in others, he is killed, along with the old comic figure, Giles Corey. Also notable: Judge Hathorne is a direct ancestor of the author Nathaniel Hawthorne.
The house on Mango street → A woman growing up in poverty in 1960s Chicago is determined to find her own path in life without forgetting her past.